Schnucks Markets has begun total store remodels at two locations in Missouri – 13987 New Halls Ferry Road in Florissant and 60 Hampton Village Plaza in St. Louis – that are expected to be complete by late fall.
“Not only is Schnucks committed to continued growth in new communities, we are also committed to remodeling and renovating our existing stores in the neighborhoods that we have served for decades,” said David Carey, VP of construction and maintenance.
“Teammates at both our Cross Keys and Hampton Village locations are prepared and ready to continue offering their customers the highest level of service while their stores are under construction.”
Known as Cross Keys, the 63,000-square-foot location opened in 2003 and is the third Schnucks store to operate at North Lindbergh Boulevard and New Halls Ferry Road since 1967. It has 128 employees.
Highlights of its remodel include: upgraded entrances, lighting and decor; expanded bakery and deli; new wine, beer and liquor area; renovated seafood department; relocated fresh sushi area; expanded frozen food and diary departments with case replacements; CVS pharmacy; and new check and self-checkout lanes.
Schnucks operates four other stores in Florissant: Charbonier, Florissant, Grandview and Shackelford.
Highlights of the remodel include: new lighting and decor; improved refrigeration system; relocated bakery, beer and seafood departments; renovated seafood department; fresh sushi area; expanded frozen food, dairy, deli and produce areas; cheese shop; and new checkout lanes and self-checkout stations.
Acquired as part of the 1995 National acquisition, the 63,000-square-foot store is the second Schnucks to operate in the Hampton Village shopping plaza. It has 116 employees.
In addition, Schnucks operates seven other stores in St. Louis: Arsenal, City Plaza, Downtown, Hampton & Gravois, Lindell, Loughborough and South City.
Founded in St. Louis in 1939, Schnucks Markets is a third- and fourth-generation, family-owned grocery retailer, operating 115 stores in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin.
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