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Massive H-E-B coming to Georgetown's Wolf Lakes Village development

The store will be 117,000 square feet and will include a car wash, a fuel station and a barbecue restaurant.

GEORGETOWN, Texas — H-E-B will hold a groundbreaking Wednesday morning for its new location in Georgetown's Wolf Lakes Village development.

The 117,000-square-foot flagship store is expected to open in spring 2023. It will be located at 1010 West University Ave., across the street from the current H-E-B on East University Avenue. The new store will be the twice the size of the current one.

According to a report from Community Impact, the new store will include a car wash, a fuel station and a barbecue restaurant. Donald McLachlan, one of the proprietors of the Wolf Lakes Village development, told Community Impact that construction on the store started in April.

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Community Impact reports that McLachlan and his wife shared a presentation to local developers on April 11 that provided construction updates regarding the 164-acre mixed-use Wolf Lakes Village tax increment investment zone (TIRZ). First, Seton Medical is expected to transform 12 acres into a multistory medical office and surgical center starting in June.

The City of Georgetown and Williamson County unanimously approved a $130 million TIRZ for the development in 2018. According to Community Impact, the City’s portion of the TIRZ is $100 million over 30 years and the County’s portion is $30 million over 20 years. 

H-E-B's groundbreaking event will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m.

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