Walmart to open Gresham Neighborhood Market

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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Walmart plans to open another "Neighborhood Market" in January in Gresham.

The store -- at 60,000-square-feet, smaller than the usual Wal-Mart fare -- is located in the former Food 4 Less location and will include general merchandise, fresh groceries and a pharmacy. The store, where about 95 people will work, will feature environmentally-friendly LED lighting, high-efficiency fluorescent lights and sensor-activated sinks and toilets.

Walmart, which operates 31 stores in Oregon, has opened a total of 168 of its smaller neighborhood market concepts since 1998.

Read more at OregonLive.com.
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