Weitzman is building a Kroger shopping center in northwest Fort Worth

Weitzman is building a Kroger shopping center in northwest Fort Worth

Dallas-based Weitzman is developing a mall in fast-growing northwest Fort Worth, anchored by a 123,000-square-foot Kroger Market.

Bonds Ranch Market is located at the northeast corner of US-287 and Bonds Ranch Road and will be completed in late 2024. The property will also contain 33,456 square feet of convenience stores and free-standing retail space in multiple buildings for neighborhood restaurants, health and medical facilities. Beauty services.

This will be the 10th Kroger in Fort Worth. Early next year, HEB will complete a store at the northwest corner of Heritage Trace Parkway and North Riverside Drive across from the existing Kroger in Fort Worth’s Alliance District.

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The new Kroger will be about 7 miles west of those stores and in an area that has seen population growth within a three-mile radius of more than 17% in the past five years, according to Weitzman research. The population is 63,452, the number of households is 20,677 and the median household income is $131,580.

The Kroger Market will feature a Starbucks kiosk, Murray’s Cheese store, pharmacy, grocery and general merchandise including outdoor living products, toys, household goods and more. A fuel center will be built in the parking lot with 18 pumps and a drink and snack kiosk.

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Irving-based Ridgemont Commercial Construction is the contractor.

David Palmer, Weitzman’s executive vice president of development, is overseeing the project, while Michelle Kaplan and Gretchen Miller are responsible for leasing the 161,500-square-foot center.

Weitzman has worked with Kroger on other similar projects at Castle Hills Marketplace in Lewisville and Windhaven Plaza and Legacy Drive Village in Plano. Weizman and Krueger also worked together at several centers in Houston.

Wednesday’s groundbreaking for the future Bonds Ranch Marketplace shopping center located in northwest Fort Worth. From left to right, Diane Lewis, Area Manager, Kroger; David Palmer, Weizmann; Bethany Blankmeyer, HR leader, Kroger; Frank Romero, Vice President of Merchandising, Kroger; Natalie Carpenter, Director of Talent Acquisition, C+R Architecture and Design; Fort Worth Councilman Alan Blaylock, District 10 and Bob O’Brien, CEO of Ridgemont Commercial Construction.(Photo by Michelle Rice 214733)
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