Giant unveils plan for new supermarket in Northeast Philly

The Giant Company plans to assemble a new retailer in Northeast Philadelphia in 2021, together with its fifth location contained in the metropolis.

The Carlisle-based supermarket chain launched Tuesday that it may assemble the 67,000-square-foot market on Cottman Avenue on the nook of Bustleton Avenue.

The new retailer will embody a beer and wine eatery, expanded plant-based decisions, made-to-order meals, and Giant Direct grocery pickup.

“Featuring a new look and the very best of the Giant brand, once completed, our new Cottman Avenue store will serve as a bold sign of our commitment to the city, bringing along hundreds of new jobs all while increasing access to great-tasting and affordable food, inspiring meal solutions and time-saving grocery conveniences to the families counting on us,” said Nicholas Bertram, president of the Giant Company.

Giant has rapidly expanded in Philadelphia over a previous couple of years, together with small-format Giant Heirloom outlets in South Philadelphia, Northern Liberties, and University City. The agency has a present supermarket on Grant Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia, a few miles north of the deliberate new location.

Construction is predicted to start out in March, with a spot anticipated sooner than the highest of the yr.

“With its diverse neighborhoods, people, and undeniable passion for food, there’s no place quite like Philadelphia, and that’s exactly why The Giant Company continues to invest in new stores across the city,” Bertram said.

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