Here’s the DFW Metroplex Good News – good things are happening in our area!
Kroger customers in DFW will now be able to shop on Kroger.com and select the delivery option. While Instacart customers have been using Kroger stores, now 95 Kroger stores across DFW will make deliveries through Kroger.com directly (Although Instacart will still be making the deliveries). Kroger has offered online shopping and curbside pickup, which it calls ClickList, since 2016. Instacart personal shoppers had been using Kroger stores, but Kroger customers will now be able to shop directly on kroger.com and select the delivery option. Prices will be the same as in stores and Kroger Plus customers can get their loyalty program discounts and fuel points.
Psssst. Free delivery on your first order is offered at Flower Mound and Argyle locations!
eSports comes to Arlington. Not familiar with eSports? A new Arlington facility could change that. The City of Arlington is proposing to give the Arlington Convention Center a $10 million makeover to create the first eSports venue in Texas. The 100,000 square-foot eSports Stadium would open in the fall 2018 and host large and small events throughout the year. It could handle up to 2,000 spectators. Arlington’s proposed deal with eSports Venues, LLC starts with a 10-year lease and includes a 10-year renewal option. The cost of renovating the convention center “would be repaid through annual lease payments, event revenue, stadium naming rights revenue and other opportunities associated with catering to the eSports industry,” the city said in a press release.
Grapevine Main, located at the northeast corner of Main and Dallas streets, is a $105 million mixed-use transit-oriented project with restaurants, retail and a 38,000-square-foot outdoor plaza. The plaza will feature interactive fountains, a memorial for Native American tribes and room for thousands of people to gather for special events. It is planned to have 150-foot observation tower, a five-story train station and a 121-room hotel, all tied together with 19th-century-style architecture. Construction has already started on the 552-space parking garage, and a platform where passengers will catch the train. TEXRail will be a 27-mile commuter train with stops in downtown Fort Worth, Richland Hills, Grapevine and Dallas/Fort Worth Airport. The train is scheduled to start service the first week of 2019.
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