Hy-Vee is exploring construction of a 1-million square foot distribution center in Austin, Minn., the first outside Iowa for the Des Moines-based supermarket chain. “The site in Austin is being considered for the project due to its centralized location in our eight state territory and interstate access as well as the community’s ample workforce,” Hy-Vee said in a statement.
Bon-Ton Stores Inc., the parent of Herberger's, Younkers and other midline department stores, is selling the just-remodeled Rosedale Herberger's store for $18.9 million. Terms of the deal stipulate that Bon-Ton will lease the property for 20 years with an option to extend for four five-year periods at market rates. Bon-Ton will use the sale proceeds to reduce debt. Chief executive William Tracy said that the sale puts the company in a better position in the future.
Despite the dust and noise from construction inside and outside of Rosedale Center, one segment is complete — the Herberger's remodeling. It's the department store's first major remodel since it opened in 1999 and likely a response to a formidable competitor, Von Maur, which will open next year in Rosedale. "We're excited to celebrate our grand reopening and unveil our new customer-friendly shopping environment," Michel Toussaint, store manager at the Roseville Herberger's, said in a statement.
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