Media Kits: New Stores

Southwest Region

Mandeville, Louisiana

Whole Foods Market’s first Northshore store opened May 18, 2016, at 3450 Highway 190 in Mandeville.

Westchase, Houston

Whole Foods Market’s Westchase store, at 11041 Westheimer Road in Houston, opened June 1, 2016.

Midtown Houston

Whole Foods Market will open a 40,000-square-foot store on the 3100 block of Smith in Houston’s Midtown district. An opening date has not been set.

Voss, Houston

Whole Foods Market’s Voss store, a relocation of the company’s Woodway store in Houston, opened April 8, 2015, at 1407 South Voss Road.

The Woodlands, Texas

Whole Foods Market’s long-awaited location in The Woodlands, Texas, opened March 18, 2015. The 44,000-square-foot store, at the corner of Lake Woodlands and Lake Front Circle in Hughes Landing, became Whole Foods Market’s 10th location in Greater Houston.

Little Rock, Arkansas

Whole Foods Market’s relocated Little Rock, Arkansas, store opened on Wednesday, Feb. 18, at the intersection of Bowman Road and Chenal Parkway.

Fort Worth, Texas

Whole Foods Market will opened its first Fort Worth, Texas, location on Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016. The 45,000-square-foot store anchors the Waterside development at 3720 Vision Drive.

Shreveport, Louisiana

Whole Foods Market will open the first Shreveport store in 2016. The 39,000-square-foot store will be located near the intersection of East 70th Street and Fern Avenue. This will be the sixth location in Louisiana.

 

Uptown Dallas

Whole Foods Market opened its 11th Dallas-area location in Uptown on Aug. 12, 2015. The store is located at 2500 McKinney Avenue at Routh Street in the base of Gables McKinney Avenue, a seven-story apartment complex.

Post Oak, Houston

Whole Foods Market’s Post Oak store opened Nov. 6, 2014, and offers a grocery-shopping experience that is uniquely Houston and uniquely Whole Foods Market.

Whole Foods Market’s Broad Street store anchors ReFresh Project

Since the store’s opening in February 2014, Whole Foods Market Broad Street has been working with the community to stimulate growth in New Orleans’ Broad Street commercial corridor and to improve access to fresh, high-quality food and health-related programs in the community.