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Williamsburg Ukrops to close April 3 for remodel

On Saturday, April 3, Ukrop’s shoppers who shop in Williamsburg, will say goodbye to their grocery store as they begin the transition to Martin’s Food Markets.

Over six weeks, Martin’s Food Markets, which bought 25 stores from Ukrop’s Super Markets Inc. on Feb. 8 for $140 million, will close the stores in batches of four or five for weeklong, multimillion-dollar renovations.

When work on the final four stores is completed there won’t be a Ukrop’s grocery store in Virginia for the first time in more than 70 years.

The goal is to remodel the stores with as little disruption to shoppers as possible.

The stores’ pharmacies and Union First Market Bank branches will remain open during the renovations.

Stores will be closed for a week,so construction workers and employees can take their time to paint, clean and make other interior changes.

When the stores reopen, they will sell beer and wine as well as be open Sundays — significant changes from Ukrop’s practices.

One Response

  1. Are they going to put cart return area in parklot and are they going to let baggers get tips, hope they leave the service they have now other wise it just a grocery store and people will stop shopping because they come there for the great service.

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