by Janet Patton, 11.30.16, Kentucky.com
Kroger on Euclid wants to tear down a 22-unit apartment building on South Ashland to give the store another driveway and more parking.
“We’ve been able to work out an agreement with the property owner to have access again and create additional parking on that parcel,” said Danny Lethco, a real estate manager for Kroger.
The grocery chain will lease the ground that the building is on, which will provide more parking and re-open a larger driveway for cars and for pedestrians. Kroger had access to the 445 South Ashland Avenue area before the new store opened in 2015…Read more at Kentucky.com
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