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Stop & Shop to Pour $140 Million into Store Remodels

Upgrades will take place over the next two years and focus on assortment expansion

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Stop & Shop in Newington, CT. Credit: JJBers (CC BY 2.0)

Stop & Shop (Quincy, MA), a Northeast supermarket chain, has pledged $140 million toward renovating its New York City stores.

A release from the grocer was light on details about planned design upgrades, but it promised a “fresh look” for shoppers as well as thousands of new items to “ensure the assortment at each store reflects the diversity of the neighborhood it serves.”

Stop & Shop’s Bay Plaza store in the Bronx was the first to be remodeled. Additional store updates across the boroughs will take place over the next two years.

The grocer has 25 New York City stores in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. It operates more than 400 stores throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York and New Jersey.

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