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As part of its previously announced plan to open 15 to 25 grocery stores in the Chicago area in the next several years, Roundy's Supermarkets, Inc. is proposing a 68,800-square-foot Pick 'n Save to be built at the former Lattof Chevrolet property in the Chicago suburb of Arlington Heights, Ill.
AlthoughMilwaukee-based Roundy's, which operates Pick 'n Save, Copps Food Center and Rainbow Foods banner stores, has been reluctant to publicly identify specific locations of its Chicagoland sites primarily because of tight economic conditions that have slowed the pace of development plans, a press report in a local business journal said that Roundy's will present a preliminary plan to Arlington Heights' design commission this week for a site at 800 E. Northwest Highway.
Roundy's entered into a contract to purchase a property from Lattof in mid-October 2008, according to the press report, which said further that the preliminary plan's presentation is the first step in the site's development process, which faces several other due diligence details before becoming a reality.
Roundy's owns and operates 152 retail grocery stores in Wisconsin and Minnesota under the Pick 'n Save, Copps and Rainbow banners.