New Seasons Market adding stores in Lake Oswego, Vancouver
New Seasons Market has announced it will open two locations in the greater Portland metro area next spring.
One of the locations will be located at the former Palisades Market Place building on McVey Avenue. The other will be in Vancouver, Washington.
This will be the second location in Lake Oswego (the other being at 3 Monroe Parkway) and the real estate development is being undertaken by Portland-based Capstone Partners LLC and the Hedinger Group.
"We are excited to deepen our relationship in two communities that know and love the core New Seasons experience," said Dave Kauder, senior vice president at New Seasons Market, in a press release sent March 2. "Both stores will continue to deliver what our customers love — quality, organic and locally sourced produce, meat and other grocery staples."
New Seasons was founded 21 years ago in Portland. Now there are 19 stores across Oregon, Washington and Northern California.
"New Seasons Market is a friendly neighborhood grocery store that believes great-tasting, local food has the power to build community and enhance lives," the press release read. "From taking care of our staff, partners, neighborhoods and the environment, to growing a sustainable business, we're doing what we love with a commitment to cultivate a strong community centered around food."
The store will offer products including fresh and organic produce options, deli selections, sustainably-sourced meat and seafood, handmade goods and a fair-trade floral section.
Palisades has been closed since fall 2019. Now the 27,800-square-foot building at 1377 McVey Avenue will hold the New Seasons Market, which is set to open in spring 2022.
"We're proud of our progressive values — from offering industry-leading compensation and benefits, to committing 10 percent of our after-tax profits to the communities we serve," the press release read.
For more information, visit the store's website.
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