The grocer’s new store sits on the site of a former Bill’s Barbecue at North Boulevard and Myers Street.
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Little Sisters of the Poor will use the large donation to offset costs to produce the French Food Festival and feed the 96 residents of its facility.
The 49,000-square-foot store will open in 2018 at the site of what was once slated to be a Ukrop’s Supermarket before the company’s sale in 2009.
The company is now hiring for both Richmond area locations.
The grocer is looking to fill approximately 700 positions, 165 of which are in the Richmond market.
The company expects to hire 550 employees in all; the remaining number will be part-timers.
Aldi and Lidi will face off in the Far West End once both stores are completed.
The Carytown store is upping its food and booze game with a new made-to-order kitchen called Create and a new bar and café area.
The event is taking place until 6:00 PM at the Hilton Garden Inn in Innsbrook.
The Glen Allen tract, formerly owned by Ukrop’s Supermarkets, was sold for $8.1 million.