Definition of supercenter
: a very large discount department store that also sells a complete line of grocery merchandise
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The year before, Walmart had tried to buy the mall and turn it into a supercenter, but residents were not keen on the idea and the City Council scuttled the plan with zoning requirements that made big-box retail impossible.
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Last year, a Walmart supercenter -- one of the few grocery suppliers nearby -- closed its doors.
In California, as of mid-February, there were 139 Supercenters, 61 Discount stores, 68 Neighborhood Markets and 33 Sam’s Clubs.
Supercenters, which Walmart began building in 1988, combine a grocery store with electronics, clothing, toys and home furnishings, and are typically about 182,000 square feet.
Walmart will shutter two stores in Arvada and Wheat Ridge next month before the opening of its new Arvada Plaza supercenter in August.
Where the largest Blain’s is 169,000 square feet, the newer Mills locations typically cover 185,000 square feet — more than the average Wal-Mart supercenter.
Survey respondents told Consumer Reports about their experiences at one or two supermarkets between July 2015 and September 2016, and the survey represents more than 93,000 visits to supermarkets, supercenters and warehouse clubs.
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