Hanover Village stores relocating to make room for ALDI
Retailers at Hanover Village in Mechanicsville are relocating to make way for ALDI, a German grocery store expected to open spring 2015. ALDI plans to take up to 15,750 square feet of space at the shopping center.
According to Regency Centers Corp., Benjamin Moore Paint Co. will move to an expanded 4,000 square-foot space adjacent to ALDI. Tuesday Morning will relocate to bigger digs within the shopping center, occupying almost 11,000 square feet. Anna’s Italian Restaurant and Insurance Doctor also are relocating within the center. Hanover Village is now 100 percent leased, according to Regency Centers, a national owner operator and developer of grocery-anchored shopping centers that's based out of Jacksonville, Fla.
In July, Aldi announced that the company planned multiple locations in the Richmond area, including the Hanover County site. The grocer now boasts more than 8,000 stores in the U.S. and abroad. According to Regency Centers, Aldi is known for its efficiency, selection and low cost.