Developer unveils plans for south-Woodbury grocery storeArea News
-- Plans for a shopping center at a new southern development in Woodbury will become reality this June.
By: Riham Feshir , Pierce County Herald
WOODBURY, Minn. -- Plans for a shopping center at a new southern development in Woodbury will become reality this June.
United Properties, along with project partner Jerry’s Enterprises, Inc., announced Thursday, Feb. 7, that it will develop Bielenberg Gardens, a grocery-anchored shopping center located at the southwest corner of Radio Drive and Bailey Road. Bielenberg Gardens will feature 90,000 square feet of retail space on a 30-acre site.
The shopping center will be anchored by a 68,000-square-foot grocery store, operated by Jerry’s. Construction will begin this summer.
“We’re very excited to be bringing grocery-anchored retail to serve southern Woodbury,” said Keith Ulstad, senior vice president of development at United Properties. “Our goal is to create a shopping center that will meet residents’ day-to-day needs with amenities such as a grocery store, coffee shop, gas station and pharmacy.”
In addition to working closely with the city of Woodbury, project partners include Architectural Consortium, LLC, and engineers Kimley-Horn.
The shopping center will be located at a new development in the southern part of Woodbury dubbed “Urban Village.”
The city’s plans for Urban Village include a mix of housing, parks and trails.
Jerry’s Enterprises, Inc., based in Edina, operates 37 food stores located in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Florida, under the retail banners of Jerry’s Foods, Cub Foods, County Market, and Save-A-Lot. Jerry’s also owns and operates shopping centers in the same states.