An Amazon Contemporary retailer is coming to Tinley Park.
The Chicago suburb mentioned a 38,000-square-foot full-line retailer shall be constructed at 16017 South Harlem Avenue in Tinley Park Plaza, the Daily Southtown reported. It’s the most recent addition to the plaza, which has been going by way of main renovations.
The shop, which shall be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days every week, is anticipated to open this fall, in keeping with the village. Along with groceries, the shop may also provide made-to-order meals corresponding to sandwiches and pizzas.
The shop can have know-how that enables clients to scan QR codes and pay for groceries within the Amazon app, skipping a line for the cashier. Clients should scan their code or card to open a gate within the retailer and depart.
The Tinley Park Village Board additionally just lately accredited a liquor license that can permit the shop to promote beer, wine and spirits.
Amazon has a number of Contemporary Shops throughout the realm, together with in Bloomingdale, Naperville and Schaumburg. The corporate opened its first Contemporary Retailer in August 2020 and used its Simply Stroll Out know-how in a retailer within the Seattle suburb of Bellevue, Washington.
The grocery retailer market is prospering in Chicago, the place two properties offered for a mixed $70 million on the finish of June. Realty Earnings, a San Diego REIT, paid New York’s Melohn Properties $52.4 million for a 65,500-square-foot Mariano’s retailer at 1625 South Clark Avenue within the Close to South Aspect. Additionally, in suburban Glenview, Arizona’s Nottinghill Gate Tucson paid Chicago’s Inland Actual Property $18 million for a 64,000-square-foot Jewel-Osco grocery at 1340 Patriot Boulevard.
— Victoria Pruitt