Denver Business Journal | King Soopers parent Kroger may replace Walmart as 9th and Colorado anchor


Instead of a Walmart, Denver’s old University of Colorado Hospital site may get a King Soopers or other Kroger store instead.

The Denver Post’s Jeremy P. Meyer and John Mossman report that Kroger Co. — the Cincinnati-based parent of Colorado grocery chains King Soopers and City Market — is in talks to place a market at the East Ninth Avenue and Colorado Boulevard site where Wal-Mart Stores Inc. wanted to go.

The Post says the store could be a King Soopers or one of Kroger’s more upscale Fresh Fare outlets. It says a decision is expected by mid-December.

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Re-posted by:  Crosbie Real Estate Group

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