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SMYRNA, Ga. — Tri-Land Properties has broken ground for the redevelopment of The Crossings at Four Corners here in Smyrna, Ga. The 8-acre site will be home to Kroger’s largest supermarket in the Atlanta area: a 96,000-sq.-ft. grocer replete with fuel station, a wine shop and drive-through pharmacy.
The project is expected to be completed by November, Tri-Land Properties announced. “The Crossings at Four Corners Kroger location is replacing an outdated, 42,000-sq.-ft., 40-year-old store located across the street,” Tri-Land stated in a release.
In addition to the new Kroger, the redevelopment will include the renovation of 60,000 sq. ft. of retail space and the development of eight outparcels available for development, as well as a 25,000-sq.-ft. pad available for a new anchor tenant, located adjacent to Kroger.
The completed center will reach 230,000 sq. ft.