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Harris Teeter opening near Kingsmill in Williamsburg, VA

DSCN2663_edited Quarterpath Crossing Shopping Center off Route 199 is set to open in November of 2009.

The location is directly across RT 199 from the entrance to Kingsmill.  85,610 square feet of commercial space. It will include two banks, ( Towne Bank and Wachovia ) and  21 small shops .

According to Harris Teeter this will not be  an" ordinary grocery store," it is what they term a Flagship Plus Store sized at 52,000 + square feet .

The developer has indicated there has been extreme interest in filling the 21 other storefronts scheduled to open along with Harris Teeter in November.

Wachovia Bank is already open at Quarterpath.. According to Stephan Gordon, who handles local leasing for the developer, S.L. Nusbaum Inc., TowneBank will open in October. The anchor supermarket Harris Teeter is set to open Nov. 4, 2009. In addition, Subway, No. 1 Chinese Restaurant, Lee Nails, Swan Cleaners and women’s clothing store Kyrie Designs have have leases signed and will ne opening soon.

The road being built to the site from Route 199 will also support the 385-acre Quarterpath at Williamsburg mixed-use project planned by Riverside Health System. Riverside’s proposal includes Doctor’s Hospital of Williamsburg, a 120-bed nursing home, assisted living, medical office buildings, and residential and commercial space. The developments are expected to provide a comprehensive shopping mecca for local residents.

Quarterpath Crossing will be the fourth shopping center developed, leased and managed by S. L. Nusbaum Realty Co. in the Williamsburg market.

Location Map of the new Harris Teeter in Williamsburg, VA

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