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10420 Eastex Freeway building history (Sack N Save)


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It was at one point a Globe Department store. It later became a "Sak-N-Sav" which AFAIK is different from Sack N Save (a company that was owned by Furrs up in Dallas). Then according to a post made a few months ago it became Foodland then the flea market.

 

http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/haif/topic/32544-fedmart-in-houston/?p=510009

 

I'm not 100% sure this info is accurate maybe some other folks can help fill in the gaps?

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It was at one point a Globe Department store. It later became a "Sak-N-Sav" which AFAIK is different from Sack N Save (a company that was owned by Furrs up in Dallas). Then according to a post made a few months ago it became Foodland then the flea market.

http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/haif/topic/32544-fedmart-in-houston/?p=510009

I'm not 100% sure this info is accurate maybe some other folks can help fill in the gaps?

It wasn't Furrs, it was Minyard. They had a SnS in Waco, but that was as far south as they got.

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