“Since the Albertson’s closed in 2015 and Central Market took over the long-term lease on the property, Uptown residents have been wondering when they’d get the popular grocery store.
Instead of just remodeling the existing building, Central Market will occupy the lower levels of a 19-story mixed-use project KDC plans for the high-profile Uptown block.”
Tim’s must reads:
Uptown Dallas’ new Central Market store will anchor a high-rise mixed-use project
Sears has confirmed plans to shut down 142 more stores, and will hold massive liquidation sales
Amazon Revisits Some Cities as HQ2 Decision Looms
Work is about to ramp up on old Dallas school district digs on Ross Avenue
Long-awaited dining district opens at North Dallas center
Coworking firm Common Desk headed to Dallas’ West End
Frisco’s ‘True’ Downtown Gets Redevelopment Boost
Target shrinks the big box into a smaller space in Dallas’ Preston Center
TravisMathew expands into Texas
Allbirds will bring some eco-friendly sneakers into the world with $50M in new funding
Goodyear is testing a special tire store for millennial women that looks like a trendy hair salon
‘Retail is the place to be’ in cannabis, says MedMen CEO after ‘blockbuster’ PharmaCann acquisition
What’s Going To Happen To All Those Sears Stores?
Sprint took the unusual step of touting its miserable performance, and doing so could save its business
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