A new grocery store is coming to the Heights.
The first store is located in the former Home Depot space in the H-E-B plaza on Westheimer.
It will open in March.
It’s a small shop, just two doors across from the Hooters restaurant.
It may seem odd, but Hooters, along with the stores that surround it, is a symbol of gentrification in the Heights of Houston.
Home Depot is the heart of the Heights and the heartland of the Houston economy.
In 2010, the company moved its headquarters to downtown Houston.
The new store is part of a broader development effort to attract businesses, and the city is looking to lure new ones.
That has prompted the city to create a strategic plan that seeks to make the area more attractive to new businesses.
In an effort to draw more investment to the area, the city will also begin to work with other agencies to help them create more affordable housing.
“There’s a lot of investment in the area right now and we want to be part of it,” said Greg Gaudet, executive director of the Community Development Corp. of Greater Houston.
“If you look at the development in the past five years, there’s been a lot more opportunity for people to move in.
That’s what we’re trying to encourage.”
A new grocer has been announced in Houston.
Here’s what you need to know about the development: The store will have an entryway on the ground floor, along the west side of the plaza, and an entrance in the back.
The front of the store will be a large window and a small entrance on the west.
It is expected to open by spring of 2021.
The company is leasing space from the former home of the H.O.C.E. grocery store.
The Hooters location was in the space from 1971 to 2008.
It closed in 2008 and has since become a popular destination for Houstonians who want to stock up on food.
Its location, on the former Hooters property, will create more opportunity and competition for retailers in the neighborhood.
The property is already home to several grocery stores, including Hooters and Trader Joe’s.
“It’s going to be very exciting to have the opportunity to sell fresh produce and organic produce, and that’s something that we’re seeing a lot in the development area,” said David Purdy, who owns a local business called Purdy’s Fresh Market.
“It’s kind of a no-brainer for us.
I’m excited to have it as a part of our community.”
The new store will offer a variety of products, from bread to vegetables.
It won’t be the first grocery store in the heart and a little further north, but it will be the only grocery store to offer fresh produce.
There will be plenty of parking, but there will also be a parking garage in the basement.
It was the idea of the developer to put a parking lot in a building that has been vacant for several years.
It will be open seven days a week, seven days week, and seven days day weekend.
More than 100 stores will be in operation, but the company says the total number of stores is not yet announced.
The company has partnered with a variety, including Home Depot, Costco, Kroger, Safeway, Whole Foods, Target and Whole Foods Market.
Hooters is also partnering with an independent grocery store operator.
While the store is still a few years away from opening, there are several other retailers already in the market that could potentially see a change in their footprint in the city.
As it is now, there is a shortage of grocery stores in the Houston area.
That’s especially true in the downtown area.
The area, home to many restaurants, has long been home to some of the most affluent neighborhoods in the region.
That area is home to a number of restaurants that offer a wide variety of goods, including the new store.
With a grocery chain coming to a neighborhood, there could be a ripple effect across the Heights, said Gaudette.
But Gaudett said the company is confident that the neighborhood will continue to thrive.
“I think it will have a positive impact on the neighborhood,” he said.
“We’re excited to see what the neighborhood can bring to the table.”