For almost 20 years, Selser Schaefer Architects has collaborated with Texas-based grocery company H-E-B to create exceptional retail experiences for shoppers and employees alike. Each H-E-B is unique to its setting, yet the experience encountered in every store is designed to inspire the same feeling: this is my H-E-B.
Helping H-E-B deliver this level of personal connection starts with a deep understanding of the community each store serves. The design of the store, as well as the products, services, and experiences, are driven by the culture and lifestyle of the surrounding neighborhood. The Meyerland Market location is the latest example of this through its heavily Kosher offerings that cater to the surrounding Jewish community.
Together, Selser Schaefer Architects and H-E-B work to continually redefine the grocery experience and create retail designs that truly put people first.
“While there’s been a whole lot of focus, intention, and effort around making sure that the store services and exceeds expectations for our Kosher customers, it really is a store for everyone.”
– Winell Herron, H-E-B Group, VP of Public Affairs, Diversity, and Environmental Affairs
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