New Grocery Stores Coming to Frisco Texas
New Grocery Stores Coming to Frisco in 2017 & 2018
Frisco already has a number of great grocery stores, but there are at least three more staking their claims on prime corners in our little city. As we continue to see growth in our residential and commercial districts, we will continue to see new and different grocery stores looking for locations here in Frisco. Even nearby Prosper has seen enough growth that it is going to get its first supermarket ever in the form of a Kroger! Here are three of the big new grocery stores looking to open their doors in the near future:
- HEB – It would only be fitting that HEB would be one of the grocery stores looking to open a location in Frisco. This Texas-based grocery store has already opened a few location in neighboring suburbs, but it looks like we might be seeing our very own location on Lebanon Road soon enough. The chain has owned the property for a while, and though no building has been done, an HEB is definitely in the works.
- Whole Foods – Whole Foods is another grocery store looking at a spot on Lebanon Road (where it crosses with Dallas North Tollway). This would be a great location for a new grocery store, especially one like Whole Foods, that could offer a range of more natural options. This store was announced back in 2014, but it isn’t slated for opening for a few more months, but when it does open, fans of organic options will likely flock to this ideal location.
- Sprouts Farmers Market – Sprouts is the probably going to be the first of these three new stores to open, with a location on Eldorado and Teel. It will probably also be the largest and, like Whole Foods, will focus on more natural options. While it is likely to be the first to open, it was the last store to stake its claim on one of Frisco’s corners, with the announcement being made late last year. There is already a Sprouts on Preston Road, but many citizens of Frisco will find this location more convenient.
The fact that there are three new grocery stores open in Frisco only confirms that this city is continuing to grow and is becoming an even better place to live!
NTREIS data last updated July 2, 2020.