Good Harvest Market Plans Relocation
Good Harvest Market is planning its relocation; the company will build a center focused on healthy lifestyles, with more interior and exterior space for a larger supermarket and additional storefront opportunities for related businesses. The owners are in the beginning stages of site location within two miles of its existing facility and hope to complete construction by the end of 2014. Readily accessible from I-94, in Waukesha, the facility will be a high-traffic gathering place for consumers interested in living well and sustainably.
Building construction will employ eco-conscious techniques and materials in order to limit its carbon footprint. Companies interested in becoming co-occupants should contact Good Harvest Market co-owner Joe Nolan as soon as possible to secure a spot and ensure participation in the facility’s design.
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For more information, call 262-470-2511 or email Joe@GoodHarvestMarket.com.
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