Three office buildings in Shrewsbury have been replaced by a large-scale construction project.
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The office buildings at center above, just west of an existing shopping center, were razed to make way for a ShopRite. (Map by Google Maps. Click to enlarge)
On lower Shrewsbury Avenue, behind the Shrewsbury Plaza shopping center that fronts on Broad Street, the Saker organization of Freehold is building a new 77,500-square-foot ShopRite supermarket.
The store will be ready by the end of 2018, company spokeswoman Jillian Verpent tells redbankgreen. Meantime, the Saker organization is looking to fill some 300 full- and part-time jobs in its bake shop, meat and seafood departments, pharmacy and other areas, she said.
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