Walmart is ahead of schedule with the demolition of the old building, and its future plans to start the new Super Center by the fall of 2020.
The old building will be replaced with a 170,000-square-foot structure, a building that would be about 42,000 square feet bigger than the existing Walmart, according to the plans.
The new Walmart supercenter would be a stand-alone store, not connected in any way with the other buildings at Ledgewood Commons, the plans show. They depict a roadway between the Walmart and the other retail units, one that would connect the main parking lot with another parking lot on the Righter Road side.
FROM: Phillip Keene. director, corporate communications, Walmart
“We’re excited to invest in the Ledgewood community. The new store will allow us to serve our loyal customers in new and better ways- we can’t wait for them to see what we have planned.”
- We are ready to move forward with some very exciting news in relation to our Ledgewood store.
- We are planning to open a brand-new Supercenter at the current site of our Ledgewood “Hometown” store, where we have served local customers since 1999.
- In order to build the new store, we have to tear down the existing facility and rebuild- what we call an “on-sight relocation”.
New Store Details
The new Supercenter will be approximately 170,000 sq. ft. based on current plans. The new store expects to be employing about 300 associates. Walmart Supercenters offer a one-stop shopping experience by combining a grocery store with fresh produce, bakery, deli and dairy products with electronics, apparel, toys and home furnishings. Most Supercenters are open 24 hours, and may also include specialty shops such as banks, hair and nail salons, restaurants, or vision centers, Drive Through Pickup
- Full Fresh Department
- Electronics of the Future
- Garden Center with Patio
- Front End Transformation
- Drive Through Pickup
- Assorted Departments and Shops
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