What do you do when a large retail mall begins to lose her appeal to in person shoppers? Many cities across the nation are facing this very dilemma with empty buildings that have become eye sores. In Lewisville, Texas the former Vista Ridge Mall has welcomed a Korean grocery store into one of their corners.
Where Sears once stood, now stands a Korean Japanese grocery store. Zion Market had humble beginnings in San Deigo, California. In the 1970s there was a demand for more Korean grocery options in that city. Zion Market was determined to meet that need and in 1979 Zion opened the doors to their first 3,000 square feet space.
Along with Korean cuisine, Japanese foods accompanied the store’s uniqueness. Serving its purpose at the time, Zion Market popularity quickly grew to bring in more and more customers. This required them to make more space. Knocking down a few walls, the small grocery store made way for a total of 7,000 square feet.
Zion offers fresh and delicious produce and supplies their customers with an incredible fish market. They deliver quality food at good prices. They offer items that may not be familiar to you and some items that one can purchase at any well known grocery chain.
What I love about Zion Market is the fact they welcomed utilizing a space that would discourage others. Zion Market has breathed new life into the large Music City Music Hall in Lewisville.
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2405 S Stemmons Fwy, Lewisville, TX 75067
Phone: (469) 637-0070