Kroger has purchased four parcels of land near its Euclid Avenue store with eyes toward remodeling.
The company purchased the parcels, which run along the right rear of the store, at auction on Sept. 16 and closed on them on Oct. 20.
Danny Lethco, real estate manager for Kroger's mid-south marketing area, said the company paid $405,000 for the property.
"We're in the process of surveying the property to see exactly how much we currently have in addition to these parcels and to figure out what a store might look like if we remodel," he said.
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The company wouldn't necessarily expand the store, which recently underwent an update inside that included installing new coolers and a new customer service counter, as well as replacing the interior decor.
Lethco noted the store has some issues with its back dock and parking lot that could be resolved with the extra property.
"It's going to take quite a while to figure it out," he said. "It's not something that's going to happen real quick."