REAL ESTATE

Lidl in new wave of U.S. store expansion

BY Marianne Wilson

German discount grocer Lidl plans to increase its presence on the East Coast.

Lidl US on Friday announced plans to open 25 new stores in Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia by spring of 2020. By the end of next year, Lidl expects to have more than 100 U.S. stores.

“We are committed to long-term growth in the United States and always strive to locate in the most convenient locations for our shoppers,” said Johannes Fieber, CEO of Lidl US. “These new stores are part of the next steps in our U.S. expansion.”

As part of its move to operate in what it termed the “most convenient locations,” Lidl said it will close two stores in Rockingham and Kinston, North Carolina this summer

Below is a list of the 25 new locations Lidl will open during the next year. (The list includes the first four Lidl stores that will open on Long Island by early 2020.)

City, State Location
Catonsville, Maryland Baltimore National Pike
College Park, Maryland Baltimore Avenue
District Heights, Maryland Marlboro Pike
Hagerstown, Maryland Dual Highway
Lanham, Maryland Mission Drive
Nottingham, Maryland Belair Road
Waldorf, Maryland Promenade Place
Bergenfield, New Jersey New Bridge Road
Lacey, New Jersey US 9
Babylon, New York Sunrise Highway
Center Moriches, New York Main Street
Huntington, New York E. Jericho Turnpike
Plainview, New York Old Country Road
Cary, North Carolina NC-55
Charlotte, North Carolina Monroe Road
Matthews, North Carolina Margaret Wallace Road
Greensboro, North Carolina W. Gate City Boulevard
Raleigh, North Carolina Buffaloe Road
Wilmington, North Carolina Eastwood Road
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania E. Butler Street
Trooper, Pennsylvania West Ridge Pike
Royersford, Pennsylvania E. Ridge Pike
York, Pennsylvania South Richland Avenue
Columbia, South Carolina Summit Parkway
Virginia Beach, Virginia Independence Boulevard

 

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