Southeast Safeway Announces March 10 Closing with 30% Off
by Larry Janezich
The Southeast Safeway will close for two years on Saturday, March 10. When it reopens, it will be 10,000 square feet larger and part of a large mixed use 329 unit residential/retail project, “Beckert’s Park” – named for the Beckert’s Brewery that once occupied the site. Capitol Hill Corner first reported the planned development in March, 2016. Details of the project were subsequently posted on CHC here: http://bit.ly/2qjZpii
The 30% off does not apply to meats, dairy, baked goods or produce. It does apply to wine and dry/canned goods. Current employees will be offered transfers to their choice of three other stores during the two year period.