Aldi, a German-based grocery chain, announced plans to start construction of its first Gloucester store before the end of this year.
Plans filed with Gloucester County show the store will be located off John Hudgins Drive, just north of a free-standing Burger King and south of Starbucks in Fox Mill Centre. Jeff Baehr, an Aldi vice president, did not specify when the store will open.
Information furnished to Gloucester County indicates the store will have approximately 18,850 square feet, with more than 75 parking spaces. Garrey Curry, assistant county administrator, said Wednesday he has met with Aldi representatives but did not know when the store might open on a 1.8-acre site.
Evergreen Development, which owns Fox Mill Centre, sold the property to Aldi for approximately $1.9 million.
Entry to the site will be from a new right in/out off Route 17 as well as a channelized left turn lane from 17, said Chris Rouzie, senior vice president of Cushman Wakefield/Thalhimer, which is marke...
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