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10420 Eastex Freeway building history (Sack N Save)

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What is the history on this building? It was the Sack NSave for many many years, and now it is some sort of fleamarket. What is the history, if any, before 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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It wasn't Furrs, it was Minyard. They had a SnS in Waco, but that was as far south as they got.

 

Ah my bad, anything North of The Woodlands is outside my comfort zone lol.

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