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Cub scouts location for new concept


Cub will be opening a new 46,000-square-foot store in Minneapolis in the spring of 2019. The new urban grocery store will anchor a five-story, 148-unit apartment.cub

“This store brings a great new concept to the Cub portfolio as it will be our first store embedded into a residential complex,” said Anne Dament, executive vice president of retail, marketing and private brands at Supervalu. “We’re evolving our look and feel while showcasing new shopping innovations for a better experience for our customers. We feel this new format Cub is a perfect fit for this neighborhood.”

The versatile and modern design of the 46th and Hiawatha store will meet the needs of the traditional shopper while providing enticing solutions for time-strapped customers. The store will feature a large deli area with Quick and Easy and made-to-order meals, a theater-feel popcorn shop, a farmer’s market layout in the produce section, enhanced floral gift space, and a pharmacy.

With planning for multiple entrances and indoor café-style spaces that welcome guests to take a break or plug-in for work, the  store will accommodate a variety of lifestyles. Visitors will also be able to enjoy a spacious outdoor seating area, complete with bicycle parking as well as a walk-up window serving coffees, ice creams, and signature cookie sandwiches year-round from the Refresh! bar.