Nordstrom, Inc. announced plans to open a new Nordstrom Rack in Houston, TX, in fall 2024.

“We look forward to being a part of the Houston community and serving our customers with an amazing offering of great brands at great prices,” said Gemma Lionello, president of Nordstrom Rack stores. “We’re excited to grow our footprint in the region and introduce new customers to the Nordstrom experience.”

Lionello added that in this store, “customers will be able to take advantage of our convenient services such as online order pick up from both and, and they can make returns easily.”

The Nordstrom Rack store will occupy 34,000 square feet in the Meyerland Plaza, among Texas’s Top 5 most visited open-air shopping centers in the state, with over 50 retail and restaurant offerings, including Target, Dick’s Sporting Goods, JCPenney, Ross, Marshalls, and Old Navy. 

Meyerland Plaza is owned and managed by Fidelis.

“We are very excited that Nordstrom Rack will soon be joining Meyerland Plaza, the most visited open-air retail center in Houston. Our customers enjoy a wide variety of shopping, and the sophisticated offerings of Nordstrom Rack will provide an additional facet to their experience,” said Lynn Davis, co-president and chief leasing and development officer at Fidelis.

With this new location, Nordstrom expands its in-store footprint and economic impact in Texas. The retailer operates eight Nordstrom stores and 23 Nordstrom Rack stores in Texas, generating over 4,000 jobs statewide.

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