Saturday, March 23, 2013
An Aldi’s low price grocery store is expected to open in South Fayette near the Bridgeville exit off Interstate 79.
An Aldi’s low price grocery store is expected to open in South Fayette near the Bridgeville exit off Interstate 79. The eight acres of land directly behind the former Exxon gas station is expected to be built into a shopping center called The Crossings at South Fayette with Aldi’s becoming the anchor tenant, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. A bank, restaurant, drive-thru coffee and other businesses also might move into the proposed shopping center, the newspaper reported. The Bridgeville Fuel Stop gas station next to McDonald’s would be demolished to build an entrance to the shopping center that connects to the Route 50 and Washington Pike intersection. Two other entrances would be built on Daniell Drive near the GetGo gas station. …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Giant Eagle is ending its popular Foodperks! program. Did you like the grocery store's Foodperks! program and how much did you save by filling up at GetGo gas stations?
Giant Eagle is ending its popular Foodperks! program, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The last day to use any Foodperks! points on your Advantage card will be May 31. However, the last day to earn those discount points by filling up at GetGo gas stations is on Feb. 13. The supermarket/gas station chain's Fuelperks! program will continue, the P-G reports. In fact, starting on Thursday, it will be supplemented by a 3-cent discount on gasoline for Advantage Card holders on the occasions when they don't use Fuelperks! Giant Eagle CEO Laura Karet said that the Foodperks! program had become "a little too complex." The Giant Eagle grocery stores located in this area are in the Chartiers Valley Shopping Center and Virginia Manor Shopping…
Saturday, January 26, 2013
The old Roth Carpet building in Mt. Lebanon is finally being demolished to make way for The Fresh Market grocery store.
The old Roth Carpet building in Mt. Lebanon is finally being demolished to make way for The Fresh Market grocery store. Demolition crews were at the property along Route 19 this past week ripping down the existing building with excavators and hauling off the debris in dump trucks. The property will be the site of The Fresh Market grocery store that offers “an old-style butcher shop and fish market, bakery, produce and floral stands.” A company spokeswoman said a lease has been signed for the location, but an opening date has not been set. She could not comment on the construction timeline, but said it is expected to begin relatively soon. According to The Fresh Market website, the store would convey an atmosphere of an old world European …
Thursday, June 14, 2012
The Fresh Market on Washington Road will be the first in Pittsburgh and the third in Pennsylvania.
The Fresh Market will open its first store in western Pennsylvania. Mt. Lebanon commissioners gave final approval with a unanimous vote Tuesday night for the gourmet supermarket chain to demolish the old Roth Carpet store on the corner of Route 19 and Connor Road and construct a new building. The Fresh Market representatives have said that construction will begin as soon as possible. The Fresh Market's application had been under consideration since last summer. Mt. Lebanon officials had concerns about traffic. Two new driveways will be built along Connor Road. One driveway will be exit-only. Traffic will be prohibited from making a left turn from the main entrance point from 4 to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on weekends. The …
Thursday, May 31, 2012
The Fresh Market, a gourmet grocery store, could be coming to Route 19 in Mt. Lebanon.
The Fresh Market could soon be coming to the South Hills. The gourmet supermarket chain is seeking approval from Mt. Lebanon commissioners to demolish the Roth Carpet building at the corner of Washington and Connor roads and build the new grocery store. The Fresh Market received a recommendation for final approval from the Mt. Lebanon Planning Board on April 24. Commissioners are scheduled to vote on the plan on June 12. If The Fresh Market receives final approval in June, representatives said construction would begin as soon as possible. It would be the first store in the Pittsburgh area and the third in Pennsylvania. The Fresh Market's application has been under consideration since last summer. There have been concerns about traffic. …
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
A roundup of the region's top stories from this week.
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Here are this week's top stories from Patch sites in your area Parkway Pig Snarls Traffic in Pittsburgh The Fresh Market May Soon Be Coming To Route 19 Police Looking for Armed Robber of Route 51 Dairy Queen Woman Racks Up $8k on Grandma's Credit Card Police Warn Residents to Lock Cars Watch Your Speed: Traffic-Calming Measures Coming to Hill Place Road