The Mustard Seed grocery store will be opening it's doors in Highland Square.
The final details have officially been worked out for what has been described as a long and complicated process by the City of Akron.
The 23,000 square foot grocery store will have a second floor, with a terrace and restaurant.
Ground breaking is slated for next week.
Today, Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic and Mustard Seed Owner Phillip Nabors signed the final paperwork completing what has been a long and complicated process to bring a grocery store to the Highland Square neighborhood. The new grocery destination will be a two-story, 23,000 square foot grocery store, with a second floor terrace and restaurant.
“This has been a challenging project because the space we had to work with was very small and irregularly shaped,” noted Mayor Plusquellic. “However, the City and the Nabors worked hard to come up with a design that fit the unusual footprint. The end result is a distinctive store that will fit perfectly with the character of the neighborhood.”
There will be a ground breaking ceremony late next week. As details become available, they will be relayed to the media and the community.