Cincinnati – The store, which will be the second largest Marketplace in the Kroger chain, is set to open in the first quarter of 2015.
Cincinnati – Kroger Co. has purchased more than 12 acres of land at Oakley Station in Cincinnati for an undisclosed price for the construction of a 145,568-square-foot Kroger Marketplace. The store, which will be the second largest Marketplace in the Kroger chain, is set to open in the first quarter of 2015. Kroger Marketplace stores are larger than traditional Kroger stores and serve as a one-stop shopping destination for home fashion, bed and bath, kitchen appliances and more.
Developed by Vandercar Holdings, the Kroger Marketplace will be the third phase of the Center of Cincinnati, which includes existing retailers such as Target, Sam’s Club and Meijer. Oakley Station is a 74-acre, mixed-use development located along the I-71 corridor in Cincinnati. Co-tenants at Oakley Station include Cinemark Theater and The Boulevard at Oakley Station, a 300-plus unit residential development. Edge Real Estate Group represented Oakley Station in the sale.
— Danielle Everson