H-E-B Opens Third Store in Dallas Forth Worth Metroplex

H-E-B held a grand opening ceremony for its McKinney store in Collin County this summer. The new store is the third H-E-B in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. Spanning 118,000 square feet, the H-E-B McKinney store joins the recently established H-E-B outlets in Frisco and Plano, in addition to the six Central Market locations that have been serving DFW residents for over twenty years. There are three additional H-E-B stores under construction in North Texas in Alliance, Allen, and Mansfield. Moreover, H-E-B has announced plans to introduce two Joe V’s Smart Shop by H-E-B stores in Dallas, marking the retailer’s first expansion of its discount banner beyond the Houston area.

Continuing its expansion efforts in the DFW region, H-E-B introduces the Collin County community to a shopping destination committed to delivering unparalleled freshness and quality at H-E-B’s consistently low prices. “Along with an enhanced in-store experience and commitment to top-quality service and selection, our H-E-B Partners are committed to earning the confidence of our neighbors in this growing community,” said Matt LoBello, H-E-B McKinney Top Store Leader. “We look forward to serving McKinney with the best of H-E-B, and we are excited to provide a dynamic shopping experience.” The McKinney store showcases the retailer’s most popular features, including a True Texas BBQ section, a comprehensive H-E-B Pharmacy complete with a drive-thru, a fuel station with car wash, and the Home by H-E-B home décor department, plus H-E-B Curbside and Home Delivery.

Each store is designed with art, building materials, and native landscaping reflecting the unique community it serves. HEB products are often curated by region, including North Texas-inspired sushi and coffee flavors to commemorate the expansion into Dallas Fort Worth. Through its Spirit of Giving philosophy, H-E-B commemorated the McKinney store’s grand opening with a $10,000 donation to the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary. The grocer currently supports more than 150 non-profit organizations and public schools in the DFW Metroplex.