ArchFan Posted February 6, 2015 Share Posted February 6, 2015 I agree that WF probably screwed up by downsizing this location. Originally, it was planned to be as big as the flagship WF in Austin. I was looking forward to something akin the the flagship store, which would have filled the void left by Eatzie's demise. Personally, I find the underground parking convenient if/when I drive there after work. Other times, when I walk, I find it odd that the developers made access so unfriendly to pedestrians -- all the access routes are designed for car traffic. The shortest route for a pedestrian walking from the north requires cutting cross-country through the cheap ligustrum hedge or else going further to contend with automobile traffic at the entries for them. I do shop there anyway, because it is closer to my home and my office. However, I actually prefer shopping at the WF on Alabama or the one in Montrose. Ultimately, I will go to the Central Market in Highland Village more often (despite the crowds there, which I don't like) because they have a better selection. CM has a much better selection of stuff that I like to buy, such as breads and Spanish and Italian hams. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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