PITTSBURGH — A real estate developer for Delhaize’s Bottom Dollar Food discount stores and local community groups have agreed on a plan to build the first Bottom Dollar store in the city of Pittsburgh.
The store, which according to reports could begin construction next month and open as early as next year, would also be the first new, full-service grocery store in the Garfield neighborhood in more than 25 years, according to Bloomfield-Garfield Corp., a community development group here. A Giant Eagle in the area closed in 1987, the group noted.
Bottom Dollar, a division of Salisbury, N.C.-based Delhaize America, operates 12 other stores in the Pittsburgh area. Bloomfield-Garfield said local residents had worked out differences in proposed plans with Bottom Dollar’s developer, Commercial Properties of Raleigh, N.C., allowing the project to go forward.
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