ROME, N.Y. -- The city of Rome is getting a new grocery store!
According to Hannaford Supermarkets, the company is planning to build a store in Rome at the corner of West Chestnut and Turin streets.
The company didn’t specify which of the four corners of the intersection on which the store will be built.
The 49,000-square-foot store will offer a full-service and drive-through pharmacy, Hannaford To Go, and an in-store cafe.
Hannaford To Go is a service that allows customers to select items online and pick up their orders at the store.
The company said the multi-million-dollar project will bring about 150 jobs to the community.
Hannaford is also opening a store in Ballston Spa in 2019.
Information on when the store will open was not immediately available, but NewsChannel 2 will update this story as additional details are released.
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