Meijer Coming to Milwaukee?

April 27 by
Filed under: Grocery 

The Business Journal is reporting that grocer Meijer is proposing a 200,000 square foot store to be located at the corner of Highway 100 and Loomis Road in Franklin.  This is the same location where a Super Walmart was proposed a few years ago. 

Meijer is a Michigan based grocer with 200 stores in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio.  Meijer stores typically offer grocery and department store goods, and oftentimes feature a detached Meijer operated gas station.  According to another article on the Business Journal website, Meijer typically builds four or five stores when entering a new market. 

The Franklin location is within a mile or so of the former Sendik’s Fine Foods, which  failed within a year of opening.  Pick ‘n Save has taken over the space that Sendik’s previously occupied. 


6 Comments on Meijer Coming to Milwaukee?

  1. Sarah on Fri, 27th Apr 2012 3:51 PM

    Build one in Southwest Wisconsin PLEASE?!?!?!?

  2. Milwaukee Consumer on Fri, 27th Apr 2012 4:00 PM

    Sarah – Based on the comments in the Business Journal article, it seems unlikely that they would build an individual store in that area of the state. Their typical plan includes four our more stores in a geographical area.

  3. Julie on Fri, 27th Apr 2012 9:17 PM

    My neighbor told me that they are going to open a Meijer in Grafton! I hope it’s true!!

  4. Gina on Sat, 28th Apr 2012 9:45 AM

    I used to shop at Meijer in Michigan. Please open a Meijer in Menomonee Falls!!

  5. Heather on Sat, 28th Apr 2012 4:13 PM

    A meijer in Grafton would ROCK!

  6. Beth on Mon, 7th May 2012 11:06 PM

    Definitely bring Meijer here! Went to them regularly in Michigan….

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