Preston Hollow Village Trader Joe’s to open Feb. 20

Preston Hollow Village rendering via Retail Street Advisors
Preston Hollow Village rendering via Retail Street Advisors

It turns out we will have to wait just a little bit longer for Trader Joe’s to open in Preston Hollow Village, the new high-end development taking shape on the corner of Walnut Hill and Central.

Trader Joe’s has just announced that it will open Feb. 20. Alison Mochizuki, a spokesperson for the grocery store, says that construction delays postponed its original fall 2014 opening date.

The 14,600 grocery store will be located at 7939 Walnut Hill and open daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Inside, we can expect typical Trader Joe’s elements — also found in the Inwood Village location, which opened this summer — such as cedar-covered walls, Hawaiian motifs, and art celebrating the neighborhood.

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Come February neighbors will receive the Trader Joe’s “Fearless Flyer” mailer, which features recipes and seasonal products at the store.

In other Preston Hollow Village news, the second phase of construction on the 42-acre site is set to begin next month. That’s according to Steve Brown at Dallas Morning News, who reports that the next phase “will include three 7-story apartment buildings constructed just north of the shopping center, which will house 513 rental units.”

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  • PeterTx52

    thanks had read that. People want to identify with Preston Hollow as if it were the Park Cities. it adds cachet to their address. with the Park Cities you have clearly defined legal boundaries. can’t be expanded. but with PH the mythical boundaries keep stretching to include as much as possible so as to add value to the location. would calling it Glen Lakes be as valuable as PH? probably not

  • Editor Emily Toman wrote a great story recently pursuing the question, “Where is Preston Hollow?” I found the results of her research and interviews quite interesting, especially since there didn’t seem to be much consensus.

  • Jean TuJaques

    I agree with Peter. I you are a native to Dallas then you know this is not Preston Hollow.

  • lexie
  • PeterTx52

    truly amazing how the boundaries of Preston Hollow have been stretched to encompass areas that were never ever a part. this is truly pushing the envelope boundary. always knew this area as Glen Lakes due to the golf course that was located nearby

  • Sam mauldin

    Anxious to know more about other stores and restaurants scheduled for this new center at walnut hill and 75…?