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Kroger, the nation's largest traditional grocery retailer, has 14 stores throughout the Triangle, including Apex (1), Cary (1), Garner (1), Fuquay-Varina (1), Raleigh (4) and Durham (6). Headquartered in Cincinnati, the company employs nearly 400,000 asso...
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Homer News Online Fred Meyer intends to build next year 05/12/05
Richard Durr, the company's director of store planning and design, said the goal is to begin building in February of 2006 and open in November.
...Durr and real estate specialist Charles Moseley both said the company is currently considering a driveway , one of five accessing the property , on the Sterling Highway as the primary service access for trucks.
The company will include home and houseware products, apparel and shoes, a photo shop and seasonal items, Durr
said.The exact mix will be determined as merchandise specialists look at what Homer already has.
"They're looking at what the community needs," Durr
The company's design team has changed its mind twice between wood and metal siding, Durr
"There seemed like there was a 50-50 split (among Homer residents) on who liked wood and who liked metal," Durr
said.Metal siding lasts longer, so that was the choice, he
Homer News Online Fred Meyer unveils draft design for Homer store 10/07/04
Fred Meyer will have a deli, a bakery, a natural foods section, a dairy, a meat and fish counter and other departments similar to the selection at Safeway, said Richard Durr, director of store planning and design.
"But better," Durr
said the plan had enough parking spaces for 66,000-square-feet of retail space if Fred Meyer
chose to expand.The proposed design has 57,557 square feet of buildings on the lot, counting Homer's Gold Mine Gifts
, the main store and the liquor store.Of the 45,000-square-foot main building, 39,000-square-feet is retail space, Durr
Permits for lot entrances are required by the city and the Alaska Department of Transportation
and Public Facilities, Durr
The site plan shows sidewalks along the perimeter and marked walkways through the parking lot.Would there be trails linking up to other trails in the downtown area?
"I don't imagine there are too many people who walk," said Durr