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Old 08-18-2013, 11:23 AM
 
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The signs in the neighborhood are to protest the urban (less than 90,000 square feet) WalMart that will be built on the northwest corner of Arapaho and Coit. The neighborhood has not been informed what will fill the Whole Foods space. The last I heard from Richardson officials was merely that they were working aggressively with the landlord to fill it.

There were rumors that the Kroger at Coit and Beltline opposite the old Whole Foods would be getting a significant upgrade. I would be extremely surprised, but happily so, if HEB chose that for a first location Dallas/Dallas suburbs.
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Old 08-18-2013, 11:32 AM
 
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>>The signs in the neighborhood are to protest the urban (less than 90,000 square feet) WalMart that will be built on the northwest corner of Arapaho and Coit. The neighborhood has not been informed what will fill the Whole Foods space. The last I heard from Richardson officials was merely that they were working aggressively with the landlord to fill it. <<

Yes, that's right. The WalMart neighborhood market at Coit & Roundrock will close when that super WalMart on Arapaho and Coit opens. I wonder what will go into the vacant WalMart neighborhood market space when that happens.
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Old 08-18-2013, 06:18 PM
 
Location: North Texas
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I hear (rumor?) that an HEB grocery store is coming to the space that use to be Whole Foods at Coit & Beltline.
What I heard is that HEB expressed interest in the old Whole Foods site at Dal-Rich but were shot down by the landlords as they wanted to own the space and the landlords weren't interested in selling.

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The signs in the neighborhood are to protest the urban (less than 90,000 square feet) WalMart that will be built on the northwest corner of Arapaho and Coit. The neighborhood has not been informed what will fill the Whole Foods space. The last I heard from Richardson officials was merely that they were working aggressively with the landlord to fill it.

There were rumors that the Kroger at Coit and Beltline opposite the old Whole Foods would be getting a significant upgrade. I would be extremely surprised, but happily so, if HEB chose that for a first location Dallas/Dallas suburbs.
That's the rumor but so far I have seen no evidence of Kroger doing anything in their store yet.

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Yes, that's right. The WalMart neighborhood market at Coit & Roundrock will close when that super WalMart on Arapaho and Coit opens. I wonder what will go into the vacant WalMart neighborhood market space when that happens.
Correct; so far I haven't heard anything from anyone about what will happen to the old Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market site. The rumor is that Wal-Mart owns the site instead of leasing it, and will not sell it because they do not want competition.

The major tenant at Spanish Village (Durango's) has already relocated to the southwest corner of Belt Line and Preston Road near Tom Thumb.
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Old 08-18-2013, 06:30 PM
 
Location: ITL (Houston)
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I see you have moved to the safety of the Dallas forum casimpso. The beating received in the luxury thread must really be affecting you brah.
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Old 08-18-2013, 08:41 PM
 
Location: Lone Star State to Peach State
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Please don't bring that **** into this thread about HEB.
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Old 08-18-2013, 08:48 PM
 
Location: Dallas, Texas
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"Correct; so far I haven't heard anything from anyone about what will happen to the old Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market site. The rumor is that Wal-Mart owns the site instead of leasing it, and will not sell it because they do not want competition."

The rumor that I always here about Wal-Mart is that they leave empty buildings whenever they build a Super Wal-Mart. Anyone know what is happening with the old Sam's Club off of Park since they moved to Skillman? Exactly what 5 Points needs, a big empty building. Not.
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Old 08-18-2013, 09:18 PM
 
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I heard that HEB is building a store on Lebanon just of FM 423 in Frisco. Something is going up but no signs yet.
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Old 08-18-2013, 09:30 PM
 
Location: Garland
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I see you have moved to the safety of the Dallas forum casimpso. The beating received in the luxury thread must really be affecting you brah.
The only thing taking a beating in the luxury thread is Houston's position in the poll. HTown has never led, even with all the boosters. You have many more people. Your side should be able to stack it, to win it going away. It appears not even many Houstonians believe all the foolish bluster and repetition of mindless cheers, backed up by nothing. Just blather from blatherskites.

Dallas is not only #1 in luxury shopping, but in ALL shopping, in all price ranges. And that irks your side to no end, that the smaller city wins the competition hands-down. That's why we see so much venom thrown our way.

We get more stuff first, as you read in my original post. That's a simple fact. You're free to rebut that, with a list of stuff Houston got first. Go to it. It would be refreshing to see anyone from Houston try to prove something, rather than just continue to issue more empty boasts.
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Old 08-18-2013, 09:45 PM
 
Location: North Texas
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The only thing taking a beating in the luxury thread is Houston's position in the poll. HTown has never led, even with all the boosters. You have many more people. Your side should be able to stack it, to win it going away. It appears not even many Houstonians believe all the foolish bluster and repetition of mindless cheers, backed up by nothing. Just blather from blatherskites.

Dallas is not only #1 in luxury shopping, but in ALL shopping, in all price ranges. And that irks your side to no end, that the smaller city wins the competition hands-down. That's why we see so much venom thrown our way.

We get more stuff first, as you read in my original post. That's a simple fact. You're free to rebut that, with a list of stuff Houston got first. Go to it. It would be refreshing to see anyone from Houston try to prove something, rather than just continue to issue more empty boasts.
Ugh, please don't bring this Dallas vs Houston bashfest in here, nobody cares.
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Old 08-18-2013, 09:55 PM
 
Location: Funky town
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I heard that HEB is building a store on Lebanon just of FM 423 in Frisco. Something is going up but no signs yet.
I heard it was legacy and main st.
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