Harvest Fare supermarket to open in northwest Baltimore

The Baltimore Sun

Harvest Fare Supermarkets will open a store at the Northwest Plaza Shopping Center in Baltimore City this fall, the plaza’s owner announced Thursday.

The store, at 5700 Wabash Ave., is scheduled to open Sept. 1 in the former 47,525-square-foot Food King location. The owners, father and son Jim and Scott Streett, and their employees are planning a grand opening celebration in October, but have not yet set a specific date.

The locally-owned supermarket also has locations in Fallston and Hamilton.

The supermarket will join Roses Discount Store, Rite Aid Pharmacy, BB&T Bank and others in the plaza, owned by developer Klein Enterprises.

Klein, based in Baltimore, owns about 2 million square feet of commercial property.

“Having a quality, full-service grocery store serves as an important anchor to the center as well as providing an important amenity for the community,” William H. Cole, president and CEO of the Baltimore Development Corporation, said in a statement.

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