Report: Kroger renovates Ohio stores; plans to spend $330 million on renovations
Columbus, Ohio – Kroger reportedly recent spent $9 million on renovating a store in the Columbus, Ohio, area, and plans to spend another $9.4 million renovating three other stores in the area of its headquarters city. According to the Columbus Dispatch, this spending is part of a larger $330 million the retailer plans to spend on renovations by the end of the current fiscal year.
Kroger’s remodel to its store on Chambers Road in the Columbus suburb of Upper Arlington includes 21,000 sq. ft. of retail space, a refrigerated floral station, a meat-grilling station, an open-air seafood department and a Starbucks with seating.