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Heinen's in Downtown Cleveland remains closed, announces it will reopen in the fall

Posted at 12:38 PM, Aug 20, 2020

CLEVELAND — Downtown residents will have to wait a little longer for one of their favorite grocery stores to reopen. Heinen’s announced Wednesday it would remain temporarily closed until it reopens sometime in the fall, the local grocery store chain announced Wednesday.

"Our downtown Cleveland store is temporarily closed. We thank you for your patience and know that this store is an important option for many people. We are currently taking this opportunity to revisit the design and offerings of our unique store to meet the needs of our customers.

We are as committed today as we were six years ago to help with the revitalization of downtown Cleveland and look forward to welcoming you back this fall. We will be sure to update you as soon as we have a reopening date set."

Downtown residents can still find groceries and other essential items at Constantino’s Market, Simply Food, City Foods, DGX, 1900 Food and Beverage, Hanna Convenience and two downtown CVS locations.

The Downtown Heinen's location occupies the historic Cleveland Trust Rotunda Building, located on the corner of East 9th Street and Euclid Avenue. Since 2015, the grocery store has called it home while maintaining the architecture from the past while showcasing groceries and delicious eats of the present.

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