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Harveys Supermarket, 3315 Broad River Road: Spring 2018   3 comments

Posted at 1:03 am in closing

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Well, it seems that whenever I have gotten by this Widewater Square Harveys lately, I have either been shooting against the sun, or it was dark. You can see some slightly better pictures of this store in the closing for the Bi-Lo it replaced. (In fact, I don't actually have any pictures of the Bi-Lo there at all).

I don't have anything special to say about this store, just that it is part of the general closing of Columbia's Harveys locations, and that I have heard no plans for the future of the building. Of course it is early yet for that.

Written by ted on April 25th, 2018

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3 Responses to 'Harveys Supermarket, 3315 Broad River Road: Spring 2018'

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  1. In that area I can’t see any grocer moving into that space.

    Robert

    25 Apr 18 at 1:04 am

  2. I think the newish Walmart Marketplace down the street didn't do this location any favors.

    Heath

    25 Apr 18 at 1:50 am

  3. My perception of this store went down based on the last two times I made it in before the Walmart Neighborhood Market Heath mentioned was built (opened about 2 years ago) but I can see where the presence of that Walmart didn't help...I had the chance to speak with someone who worked in management at the Save-a-Lot that was on 817 St. Andrews and he hinted that the Walmart Neighborhood market did a number on their business...that coupled with the issues Southeastern Grocers (parent company of Bi-Lo, Harveys, Winn Dixie & Fresco y Más) is having did a number on this location (let's not forget the fact that this closure stems from a bankruptcy Southeastern Grocers is facing)...

    Futhermore I can understand Robert's assessment that a grocer isn't likely to move into that space...recently after a Piggly Wiggly closed on West Beltline Blvd. it wound up becoming Roses...while I don't see it becoming Roses considering there is an established one down the street but I think a store like that is more likely than a grocer...

    Andrew

    25 Apr 18 at 10:06 pm

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