H-E-B — it’s been called the best grocery store in Texas. And soon, there will be one less than 3 miles from Woodridge Forest.
Anchoring the mixed-use development of Kingwood Place, this H-E-B will be a big one, with more than 100,000 square feet. That means more fresh produce, more cheeses and more private label items to the delight of all the nearby H-E-B lovers. It is slated to open Nov. 14, just in time to load grocery carts with Thanksgiving Day favorites.
But that’s not all coming to Kingwood Place, located at the southwest corner of Highway 59 and Northpark Drive. Other announced tenants include Twin Liquors, Nails of America, Nukumi Japanese Steakhouse, Chicken Salad Chick, Starbucks and Chase Bank.
Residents of Woodridge Forest, located just north of Northpark Drive and one mile east of Highway 59, actually have quite a few choices when it comes to their grocery shopping — Kroger, Walmart, Aldi and Randalls are all an easy drive away. There’s even a second H-E-B within four miles to the east. The grocery stores are just some of the many conveniences central to Woodridge Forest. In addition to shopping, dining and entertainment destinations, residents of Woodridge Forest also enjoy access to Kingwood Service Association trails, parks and pools, as well as generous on-site amenities.
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