Red hyphenated signage hasn’t yet put a name to the building, but you can see all the other makings of H-E-B’s second second-story Houston grocery store from above in the video at top. The footage starts off over N. Shepherd, then pans around the corner of 23rd St., offering a view of the former Fiesta site from the south.
Back in March a spokesperson for the grocer told The Leaderâ€™s Landan Kuhlmann to expect a “late fall opening,” meaning the store’s debut could coincide roughly with the 2 year anniversary of the dry zone modification its management pushed for prior to construction.
- Previously on Swamplot: The New Second-Story Heights H-E-B on N. Shepherd Is About To Begin Construction; H-E-Bâ€™s Plan and Backup Plan for the Double Decker Heights Dry Zone Store; H-E-B Will Double Down on a Heights Dry Zone Store or Not Build At All;Â Yes, The Heights Dry Zone Petitioners Really Did Collect Enough Signatures For a Vote;Â Heights Dry Zone Signature Gatherers Return from the Hunt Victorious;Â Former Fiesta Site Preps for Teardown as Heights Dry Zone Petitioners Circle;Â H-E-B Would Like To Plant a Store in a Wetter Heights Dry Zone;Â Somebodyâ€™s Trying to Legalize Beer and Wine Sales in the Heights Dry Zone
Video: Brandon DuBois