Saturday, October 28, 2006

Food Lions Galore

To mark our return from the two-month hiatus on Grocerying, I've decided to share a collection of Loopnet images of regional Food Lion stores. Enjoy.
Food Lion - Cramer Marketplace - Cramerton, NC
This store is located west of Charlotte, in the Gaston County town of Cramerton. It serves people from adjacent communities of Lowell, Belmont and McAdenville (a.k.a. Christmastown, USA). It s at the intersection of Market and 74.

Food Lion - Clover Plaza - Clover, SC
This store is located off of Highway 55, just east of Clover in northern York County. It is one of two primary grocery stores serving the town (the other is Piggly Wiggly, incedentally the closest Piggly Wiggly store to Charlotte). This store encompasses 29,000 square feet.

Food Lion - South Square - Lancaster, SC
This Food Lion, like the Clover store, is also 29,000 square feet. It is located in southwest Lancaster, serving the Crocketts' Crossroads community, off of Airport Road.

Food Lion - Union Town Square - Monroe, NC
This Food Lion which was recently renovated has changed it's look dramatically. Notice the K-mart next to it still has the old K-mart prototype look and the stores don't really match. However this store gets excellent visibility because of its location off of the busy Roosevelt Blvd.

Food Lion - Sunset Dr - Monroe, NC
This is an older store which was also recently renovated. The shopping center serves the southern community of Monroe, Union County's seat; and for a lot of people in rural southern Union County south of the city, this Food Lion is the closest full-service grocery to them.

Food Lion - Anson Station Shopping Center - Wadesboro, NC
This store located in the center of Anson County is a vital grocer for many of the county's residents. As one of the only full-service grocery stores in the county, the store does see a lot of traffic. The store complements a Wal-Mart department store who also anchors the center.

Food Lion - High Rock Landing - Davidson County, NC
This store is located near I-85, just south of Lexington on Hwy 8. The store was built in 1987.


Anonymous said...

No two Food Lions are exactly alike, but they have a definate signature look.

Elizabeth said...

I love the high rock landing's so unique! Ahhh...I miss Food Lion. But I still see the trucks delivering to Harveys now and then.

Anonymous said...

Hey, I haven't had a chance to check out your blog much, but it looks great. I wish I could find some old school Food Lions around here that retain its original look.

Anonymous said...

Long time, hows everything been going? Ive got a lot of catching up to do on your blog, hope everything is doing allright


jhaire said...

this food lion is always out of items that are on sale. on sundays it is impossible to find any pepsi products,bread, or hardly any mvp items. I shop at super wal-mart now.

cantnot said...

Which Food Lion are you specifically speaking of?