Sep 13

Growing grocer begins construction on next Dallas-Fort Worth store


A growing grocery chain adding locations in North Texas has decided to build a new store to anchor Carrollton’s Trinity Valley Shopping Center, which has recently undergone some major upgrades.

The 82,077-square-foot WinCo Foods grocery store at the northeast corner of the President George Bush Turnpike and Josey Lane is slated to open in early 2018.

This new location will give the Boise, Idaho-based discount grocer strong co-tenancy at a critical intersection in the region, said Randy Stebbins, director of asset management for Dallas-based Weitzman, who oversees the operation of Trinity Valley on behalf of the ownership group, Josey Trinity Mills Ltd.

“The strength of this site, located at the intersection of two key thoroughfares in a densely populated trade area, and its long history of retail success will be enhanced with this strong new anchor,” said Stebbins, in a statement.

Trinity Valley — which has been open for more than four decades — has also underwent some renovations, which include a new facade, improved signage, landscaping and structural improvements.

WinCo Foods marks the complete redevelopment of the anchor site in the shopping center, which was formerly occupied by Target, which closed its retail store in 2015. The Target building was completely demolished to make way for WinCo.

The nearly 300,000-square-foot retail shopping center has a range of retail and restaurant concepts, such as Petco, Bath & Body Works, Dress Barn, GameStop, Chili’s and Dickey’s Barbecue, among many others. Trinity Valley also has service, medical, fitness and beauty tenants.

Weitzman’s Stebbins is helping direct development of the new anchor store. The firm’s Kathy Derrick is overseeing the construction.

Weitzman’s Matt Luedtke and Byron Howard is leasing the shopping center. The firm also manages the Trinity Valley.

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