Giant Eagle plans to expand into Indianapolis

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Giant Eagle is making a move into the greater Indianapolis market.

The O’Hara grocer has signed an agreement to put one of its upscale Market District grocery stores along with a GetGo convenience store in Carmel, Indiana.

The two stores will be part of a development called The Bridges, and they are expected to open in 2015.

“As we look to become contributing members of the Indianapolis area, we are also actively evaluating opportunities for additional locations,” said Giant Eagle, Inc. CEO Laura Karet in a prepared statement.

Giant Eagle, which has about 420 retail locations, has stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and Ohio.


Teresa F. Lindeman: tlindeman@post-gazette.com or 412-263-2018.

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