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Pete’s Fresh Market may have abandoned plans to move into the former Dominick’s on LaGrange Road, in favor of building a new store at 143rd Street and LaGrange Road at the former Terry’s Lincoln site. But the grocery store chain based on Chicago’s southwest side has found a new tenant for the former supermarket at 15080 S. LaGrange Road in Orland Park. Michigan-based Art Van Furniture has signed a 10-year lease to convert the former food store into a 46,000-square-foot store at the Orland Greens Shopping Center. The project has an estimated cost of $2 million. Dominick’s closed in November 2011. Art Van has plans for more stores for the Chicago-area. “This is part of a planned expansion,” said Diane K. Charles, director of corporate …
Little Joe's opens third location, Orland Township to host a free job fair at the township Activity Center and other business news.
- Bob Bong
Monday, October 15, 2012
Office Depot will be closing its store at Orland Park Place on Dec. 12 and is expected to move sometime in 2013 into a much smaller space across the street in Ravinia Plaza. The move is part of the office supply retailer’s move away from larger stores into much smaller stores. “During the past few years, Office Depot has been focused on improving the in-store shopping experience for our customers by remodeling stores into a smaller format, which makes them more intimate and easier to navigate,” Office Depot communications manager Julianne Carelli said in an email. “The current store is nearly 22,000 square feet and does not fit in with our new format plans. “The relocated, smaller format store will be about 7,000 square feet and is …