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Green Zebra Grocery gets new Woodstock location

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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Green Zebra Grocery is negotiating lease terms for a new property in Portland's Woodstock neighborhood.

The company had already signed a lease for the 4905 Southeast Woodstock location, [co-founder Shannon Hiller-Webb] said, but had not begun any work on the site.

The new location is larger and has more bike and car parking, according to a post on Green Zebra's Facebook page. Hiller-Webb said she expects the location to open in the fall of 2014.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

 

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