One of Kroger’s largest stores in the mid-Atlantic region — a 123,600-square-foot Kroger Marketplace ―is scheduled to open on Dec. 5 at Stonebridge, a mixed-use development in Chesterfield County.
The grocery store represents the first phase of a planned development for an 83-acre, mixed-use project going up at the site for the former Coverleaf Mall off Midlothian Turnpike.
Another 27,000 square feet of retail is planned for the first phase of what eventually could be as much as a 400,000-square-foot, $100 million redevelopment in one of Chesterfield’s key retail/business corridors. The developer is Crosland Southeast, a private developer based in Charlotte, N.C., and its equity partner, Hutensky Capital Partners of Hartford, Conn.
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