New store opening in the renovated Brecksville Town Center on Feb. 15
Brecksville Town Center
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Store is expected to open on Feb. 15.
The lights are on, the signs above the aisles are up and the shelves are stocked. The new Marc's is slated to open its doors in the renovated Brecksville Town Center on Feb. 15. A construction worker putting finishing touches on the space told Brecksville Patch that the opening is right on schedule. The only remaining task — besides stocking the fresh and frozen foods — is the sign on the front of the building at at 7510 Chippewa Rd. The store is opening in the space most-recently occupied by Giant Eagle. That grocery store closed in 2011. The space has been vacant since. The new Marc's store will be larger than the Giant Eagle was — interior renovations and construction gave Marc’s an additional 16,000 square feet for a total of 46,000 …
Saturday, July 7, 2012
The new store will open later this month.
David’s for Men and Women closed the doors on its old store in the Brecksville Town Center on June 30, but they won’t be gone for long. The clothing store will re-open in mid-July across the street in the Creekview Commons plaza, said owner David Rosen. The new store will be located at 8495 Chippewa Road, right next to Lemonberry Frozen Yogurt. Rosen said the Brecksville Town Center shopping plaza has been going through a lot of changes, and he felt it was time for a smaller store. “It’s going to be the same great merchandise in a little more intimate space,” Rosen said.
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Tell us what you think of the new store coming to Brecksville in the comments!
The wait is over—Brecksville residents now know what will be replacing Giant Eagle. The Snider Company has announced that Marc’s will be opening a new store in the spot. What do you think about the announcement? Are you excited? Disappointed? Somewhere in between? Take our poll and tell us why in the comments!
The new store will be larger than the current Giant Eagle.
Marc’s will be moving into the space left empty by Giant Eagle, The Snider Company announced in a press release Tuesday afternoon. Marc's is a local grocery store chain. The chain began more than 30 years ago in nearby Middleburg Heights, according to the store's site. The new store will be larger than the current Giant Eagle—according to the release, interior renovations and construction will give Marc’s an additional 16,000 square feet for a total of 46,000 square feet. The new Marc’s store will be the local chain’s first since its rebranding. The store will feature low prices as well as high quality fresh produce, meats and organic food. It will also include a cold-cuts counter. The Snider Company is the property manager of the …
Friday, March 16, 2012
Share your thoughts in the comments.
The Brecksville Town Center shopping plaza is undergoing a number of changes this year. Earlier this week, we learned that K-SADES Outlet will be closing its doors this spring. K-SADES, which was formerly known as Great Freight Outlet Store, sold a variety of products at low prices. Earlier this month, Brecksville Velo Sport, the city’s specialty bike shop, announced that it would close by the end of March. And, of course, Giant Eagle will be closing when the new Broadview Heights location is complete. We still don’t know what will replace the soon-to-be empty stores. In the meantime, how will these closings affect the residents? Will you have to travel further to do your shopping? Say goodbye to a favorite shop? Pay more for certain …
Sunday, November 6, 2011
Council Appoints Police Dispatcher, Frozen Yogurt Coming to Brecksville and Governor Attends Issue 2 Rally: Week in Review
Catch up on the news this week in Brecksville.
The beginning of November has been busy so far for Brecksville. Take a few minutes and catch up on the news of the week: And don’t forget – we launched the “Little Fan” photo contest this week! You can submit pictures of your little sports fan for a chance to win a gift certificate from Paladar Latin Kitchen and Rum Bar or a trip to Great Wolf Lodge in Sandusky.
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Construction is expected to wrap up by the end of the month.
The renovated Brecksville Town Center was officially unveiled Thursday morning amid the sounds of construction. The project was expected to be done in time for the ribbon cutting, but a wet summer and fall pushed construction back just a bit. Denise Blank, property manager at The Snider Company, said everything should be done by the end of November. Gregory W. Barrow, the vice president of construction services at Visconsi Companies Ltd., said the company studied the traffic patterns at the center when designing the renovations, and noticed that people liked to wander around a bit, visiting multiple stores. They incorporated that into the design, creating what looks like a collection of small shops. The renovations, which started with a …
Sunday, October 9, 2011
New Restaurant Opens, Bees Win Homecoming Game, and New Fire and Police Personnel Appointed: Week in Review
Catch up on the news this week in Brecksville.
Did you miss a story or two this week? Don’t worry – we won’t tell anyone. Just catch up quickly by reading the summaries below. If you’d like to read the full story, click on the links.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
The project began at the end of June.
The renovations at the Brecksville Town Center are in progress. Construction at the Brecksville Town Center began at the end of June, according to a press release from The Snider Company. The release noted that crews have been taking down the facades of the buildings at either end of the center and updating other areas like storm sewers. In June, Denise Blank, property manager at the Snider Company, said the renovations would make the center look more like a “main street” with distinctly different fronts for the businesses and stores. The center’s name also changed from the Brecksville Shopping Center to the Brecksville Town Center.