New 102,000-square-foot H-E-B store slated to open in fall 2021 in Leander

Leander’s newest H-E-B will be located at 19348 Ronald W. Reagan Blvd. in the new Bar W Marketplace. (Rendering courtesy H-E-B)
Leander’s newest H-E-B will be located at 19348 Ronald W. Reagan Blvd. in the new Bar W Marketplace. (Rendering courtesy H-E-B)

Leander’s newest H-E-B will be located at 19348 Ronald W. Reagan Blvd. in the new Bar W Marketplace. (Rendering courtesy H-E-B)

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Leander’s newest H-E-B will be located at 19348 Ronald W. Reagan Blvd. in the new Bar W Marketplace. (Rendering courtesy H-E-B)
H-E-B officially announced plans for a second store in Leander on Oct. 9.

Spanning more than 102,000 square feet, Leander’s newest H-E-B will be located at 19348 Ronald W. Reagan Blvd. in the new Bar W Marketplace. Construction is slated to begin early next year with a grand opening planned for fall 2021, a news release said.

Along with expanded departments and offerings such as produce, dairy and the H-E-B Organics brand, other amenities include:

  • H-E-B curbside and home delivery, allowing customers to shop online and pick up orders at the store or schedule delivery to their homes;

  • pharmacy with drive-thru;

  • full-service scratch bakery and tortilleria that offers a selection of artisan breads, fresh tortillas, large varieties of desserts, pastries and custom cakes;

  • deli featuring in-house roasted meats;

  • wine and beer department with a variety of local, national and international labels;

  • selection of organic foods and expanded healthy living department;

  • floral area offering online ordering;

  • full-service meat market and seafood counter;

  • Meal Simple area with chef-inspired options for quick and simple meal planning;

  • sushiya offering handmade sushi selections made in-store daily;

  • Texas Backyard offering products for grilling, gardening and outdoor entertaining;

  • business center for financial services, licenses and permits, tickets to local attractions, lottery; and

  • large self-checkout area with self-checkout options.

By Taylor Girtman

Reporter, Cedar Park and Leander

Taylor Girtman became the reporter for the Cedar Park-Leander edition in February 2020. Taylor has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Florida.


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