H-E-B announced Thursday plans to open a long-awaited H-E-B store in Mansfield, continuing its expansion in the DFW Metroplex.
“We are excited to officially announce that H-E-B is coming to Mansfield,” said Juan-Carlos Rück, H-E-B Executive Vice President. “We look forward to providing this dynamic and growing city with the best H-E-B has to offer.”
The Mansfield store will be at the southeast corner of the US 287 and Broad Street intersection. It will become the first H-E-B store format in Tarrant County, joining Central Market in Fort Worth. H-E-B owns roughly 28 acres at the site.
Additional details will be shared at the store’s groundbreaking, which is expected early next year.
"For years our residents have asked for an H-E-B, and on behalf of the City Council, we are proud to welcome this economic driver and much desired business to Mansfield," Mayor Michael Evans said. "With our growing economy and invested community, Mansfield is the perfect home for the first H-E-B location in southeast Tarrant County and we are excited about the continued economic growth coming to our city and the entire southeast Tarrant County region.”
"H-E-B is well known for being an excellent corporate citizen and we look forward to them becoming a valuable part of our community," said City Manager Joe Smolinski.
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