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Tops Markets Announces $2.5M Store Renovation In New York


Tops Friendly Markets plans to celebrate the grand reopening of its store at 301 Meadow Drive in North Tonawanda, New York.

This renovation marks the 30th location recently updated with a new look and a renewed focus on fresh departments.

Tops will cut the ribbon on this multi-million-dollar renovation project at 11 a.m. on Feb. 28, with the opportunity for customers to win prizes, such as $1,000 in Tops gift cards for food and fuel, a Bison’s family four-pack or a night on the town courtesy of Remington Tavern and Riviera Theatre.

The store will offer enhanced services, an expanded assortment of products and an enlarged fresh perimeter with new updated décor. To see some of these renovations, visit topsmarkets.com/GrandOpening.

This store has been refreshed with new exterior paint with refreshed awnings, landscaping, energy-efficient equipment and LED lighting, a Citizen Bank, solar powered efficiencies, expanded self-checkouts, renovated restrooms and new interior décor.


“When it comes to freshness, convenience and variety, you’ll find everything here at your newly remodeled North Tonawanda store,” said Sam Qureshi, store manager.

“With inspiring products, including a wider selection of domestic and imported cheeses, a brew market, healthy hydration selection, custom cut meats by real butchers and even a new slushy machine, guests are sure to enjoy all we have to offer.”

The stores’ remodel also includes the pharmacy, with a new waiting area that provides a variety of services to the community. Tops is also authorized to administer the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles’ Vision test and provides low prescription prices with more than 3,000 insurance plans and with the GoodRx app.

The North Tonawanda Tops store will be making $1,000 donations to each of the following local groups as a thank you for their community support: American Legion Stephen Sikora Post No. 1322, Boys and Girls Club of the Northtowns and Community Missions – Canal View Residence, as well as the city’s school district, fire department, inter-church food pantry, police department and youth, parks and recreation department.

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