Mariano’s Fresh Market's owners are buying 11 of the Dominick’s supermarkets that are closing in Chicago and the suburbs, according to ABC on Monday.
Roundy’s, Mariano’s owner, signed an agreement with Safeway which owns the Dominick’s stores. In the signed deal, Roundy’s is paying $36 million for 11 stores. With this deal, a total of 15 of Dominick’s 72 stores have been sold. Last month, it was announced that the parent company of Jewel and Osco is buying four stores from Safeway.
Dominick’s announced last month that it is closing its 72 Chicago area supermarkets.
Bob Mariano, the CEO of Roundy’s, said that his firm is looking forward to remodeling the purchased stores over a period of the next couple of years to offer the Mariano’s experience to everyone. The stores being purchased are located throughout the Chicago area. Three of the stores are in Chicago proper and the eight others are in Aurora, Buffalo Grove, Gurnee, Northfield, Park Ridge, Shorewood, Westchester, and Western Springs.
The specific locations are:
Aurora: 3025 East New York Street
Buffalo Grove: 450 Half Day Road
Chicago: 3145 South Ashland Avenue, 2012 West Chicago Avenue, and 5201 North Sheridan Road
Gurnee: 6655 Grand Avenue
Northfield: 1822 Willow Road
Park Ridge: 1900 South Cumberland Avenue
Shorewood: 950 Brook Forest Avenue
Westchester: 3020 South Wolf Road
Western Springs: 14 Garden Market Street