Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The Sweetbay Supermarket at 1861 N. Highland Ave. is scheduled to close Tuesday.
- REAL ESTATE
Tuesday, February 5
The Sweetbay Supermarket on Highland Avenue in Clearwater is closing its doors Tuesday, Feb. 5, as part of a company-wide shuttering of under-performing stores, according to an article on TBO.com. The store at 1861 N. Highland Ave. is among 33 Sweetbays scheduled to close in February. Many stores began liquidation sales in the last two weeks, with some stores offering as much as 50 percent off. Several closing dates were moved up, and the rest will close by Wednesday. For a complete list of the new closing dates, click here. Related Coverage Sign up for the Clearwater Patch email newsletter to read more about your community.
Sunday, January 20, 2013
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Nearly 15 Clearwater Beach Association members came out to talk about recent sand dune destruction with city leaders this week. A Clearwater Patch reader shares his experiences trying to operate a low-speed, charter vehicle service on Clearwater Beach. A Clearwater Sweetbay Supermarket is among 33 under-performing stores in Florida scheduled to close in Feburary, the grocer's parent company announced Wednesday. Are you sad to see it go? Toby Lamar Malloy, 35, met the girl at the Clearwater Main Library where he was assigned, according to police. Crashes are decreasing in Florida communities with red light cameras, including Clearwater, according to a statewide report. 'Middens,' a $215,000 piece of public art, gives nod to the area's …
Will you be sad to see this North Highland Avenue grocery store close? What do you think should take its place?
A Clearwater Sweetbay Supermarket, at 1861 N Highland Ave., is among 33 under performing stores in Florida scheduled to close in Feburary, the grocer's parent company announced Wednesday. The story sparked a lot of discussion among readers in several area Patch towns, who speculated about what should replace their store. Many have chimed in saying they'd like to see a Whole Foods Market or Trader Joe's move in. Clearwater is slated to welcome a new Whole Foods at the Westfield Countryside Mall in a few years. Others have shared their opinions about why Sweetbay wasn't performing well. Could the proximity of a Walmart Neighborhood Market on North Highland Avenue have something to do with the closure? We want to hear from you: Do you shop at…