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2 Fulton grocers oppose plan for new Aldi store

By Ashley M. Casey

Despite the dissent of two local grocers, the city of Fulton is going forward with Aldi’s plan to build a 17,651-square-foot grocery store on the former Nestlé site.

If all goes as planned, the Nestlé buildings will be demolished by the end of June and construction of the Aldi store will begin in July with an anticipated opening in December. Continue reading

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Building 95

Nestle began production in Fulton more than 100 years ago and left the city for good in 2003. Building 95, the last building that Nestle built for the plant, is now being torn down. The complex, assessed at about $5 million, is owned by Phoenix resident Ed Palmer of Carbonstead LLC. Fulton Mayor Ron Woodward said that the multi-story building is being considered for student housing. Woodward also noted that several retailers have expressed interest in relocating to the site. However, at this time no developer is locked in on the property.
Nestle began production in Fulton more than 100 years ago and left the city for good in 2003. Building 95, the last building that Nestle built for the plant, is now being torn down. The complex, assessed at about $5 million, is owned by Phoenix resident Ed Palmer of Carbonstead LLC. Fulton Mayor Ron Woodward said that the multi-story building is being considered for student housing. Woodward also noted that several retailers have expressed interest in relocating to the site. However, at this time no developer is locked in on the property.