SHREWSBURY – The Market Basket in Shrewsbury is officially opening Jan. 13.
That’s according to Operations Manager David McLean.
This announcement comes after customers have been anticipating the opening of the store after the Planning Board approved plans for the Edgemere Crossing project in 2020.
In the fall, a Market Basket official had said the construction of the supermarket was delayed because of supply chain issues.
A mixed-use project at 200 Hartford Turnpike, the developers have said it will anchor Edgemere Crossing. It will occupy approximately 80,000 square feet of the 68-acre site.
Edgemere Crossing will also include 250 apartments and retail space, including a Clinton Savings Bank and a Starbucks.
The project is located at the site of the former Edgemere Drive-In.
McLean said customers are welcome to come into the store before their opening at 7 a.m.