Anchored by a Kroger Marketplace location, the shopping center will also include Zoe’s Kitchen, 1,000 Degree Pizza, Jin’s China Cafe and PetSmart, according to Capital Retail Properties officials.
The hub along the Grand Parkway from Rayford Road and Birnham Woods Drive is quickly becoming developed. An H-E-B and Wal-Mart are already open, along with a Whataburger, Starbucks, CVS and Bank of America.
The population growth within a 3-mile radius of the intersection at the Grand Parkway and Birnham Woods Drive has been exponential since 2000, when 11,968 residents occupied the area, according to Capital Retail Properties’ data. As of 2015, there were 46,863 residents living in the area. With the addition of subdivisions, such as Woodson’s Reserve, that number is expected to rise.
For more information about Birnham Woods Marketplace, visit www.capitalretailproperties.com.