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Duncanville grocer Cox Farms Market takes Sylvan/Fort Worth Avenue corner

Locally owned grocer Cox Farms Market is expanding to Oak Cliff. The organic market, which has a store in Duncanville, has leased 11,000 square feet in the Sylvan|Thirty development at Sylvan and Ft. Worth Avenue, former site of the Alamo Motel.

“With its focus on farm-fresh produce and natural food products, its local family heritage, diverse customer appeal  and its strong history of community involvement, Cox Farms Market is the perfect anchor for our project,” Sylvan|Thirty developer  Brent Jackson said in a prepared statement. “This is not your typical big-box retailer.”

The original Cox Farms opened 20 years ago on South Main in Duncanville, and the Ft. Worth Avenue store will be the company’s second store.

It is expected to open in Fall 2012.

By |2015-02-18T10:50:50-05:00March 8th, 2011|Business, Development, News, Shopping|3 Comments

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3 Comments

  1. […] independent grocer, which has one store in Duncanville, originally was announced as the development’s anchor tenant in March 2011, a year before the developer broke […]

  2. kim May 22, 2011 at 2:15 PM

    So exciting for our community!!!!! We have always loved to shop at Cox Market in Duncanville!!!!!

  3. Ann March 8, 2011 at 2:25 PM

    Wonderful news! I shop there occasionally and have always been pleased. FYI, the link to their web site is incorrect. The correct address is: http://www.coxfarmsmarket.com

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