Sunday, December 10, 2006

Krogering in Wake County

Kroger - Wakefield Commons (New Falls of Neuse) - Raleigh (Wake Forest)


Kroger - West Park Place - Cary


Kroger - Town North - Raleigh


Kroger - The Shops At Pine Hill - Raleigh


Kroger - Wilders Grove - Raleigh


Kroger - Lynnwood Collection - Raleigh


Kroger - Garner Towne Square - Garner


Kroger - Fuquay Crossing - Fuquay Varina


Kroger - East Six Forks Road - Raleigh


Kroger - Maynard Crossing Shoping Center - Cary


Kroger - Bent Tree Plaza - Raleigh


Kroger - Lake Pine Plaza Shopping Center - Apex

Although the Charlotte and Triad metros may be devoid of Kroger stores now, one section of the state still has them. Wake and Durham Counties have Kroger stores, and there is also one Kroger in Greenville, NC. Kroger is the nation's largest grocer (if you don't count Wal-Mart Supercenter) and has kept a good presence in the Triangle area, maybe due to the fact that there are so many newcomers to the region and from where they moved there likely was a Kroger store. Kroger can be defined as the quintessential mid-market grocery store.

Most of the showcased Kroger stores are in Raleigh, Cary, Garner, Apex and Fuquay Varina -- all Wake County towns, seeing as collection of images comes primarily via Wake County Tax Website (which does a great job of keeping up with digital images). Additional images provided by Regency Centers Online and Loopnet Images.

6 comments:

Billy said...

Man, I miss Kroger.

Steven Swain said...

It's an impressive set of stores. None of them look more than 15 years old.

elizabeth said...

Kroger! I love it. I'll have to get you a pic of the kroger in M'ville...it's pretty cool. =)

Anonymous said...

Wake and Durham Counties seem to be an anomaly for Kroger in North Carolina, with up-to-date stores and increasing market share. Considering they are outnumbered by Food Lion and Harris-Teeter, it's good to see the chain investing in the Triangle. With
Winn-Dixie and A&P gone, a strong national grocery chain keeps the market on its toes.

Amanda said...

Oh how I love Kroger... especially the Bent Tree Plaza one!

Jake Nelson said...

We really need a Kroger or Harris Teeter in Clayton (which is in Johnston County, that may be why they're not here). We only have locally-owned Food Town, Food Lion, and Lowes, which has seriously gone downhill lately.