Construction Continues On Lidl, Former Acme Site In Cinnaminson

Anthony Bellano
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CINNAMINSON, NJ — Construction continues on a pair of high-profile projects in Cinnaminson, officials said on Monday.

Township officials shared pictures on Monday of construction projects at the sites of the former Garden State Inn and the former Acme, both on Route 130.

A Lidl will be built on the site of the former Garden State Inn at Route 130 and Highland Avenue. The owners of the international grocery acquired the property in November, and construction on the site is expected to be finished in September or October of this year. Read more here: Construction On Cinnaminson Lidl Begins This Week

The project had delayed due to issues surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, but Township Committee approved a resolution to reach settlement in November. Read more here: After Delays, Settlement Looms On Cinnaminson Lidl

Lidl operates more than 11,000 stores in 32 countries, employing around 287,000 people globally. The Cinnaminson store will be built at the corner of Route 130 South and Highland Avenue. Read more here: Supermarket Giant Lidl May Be Coming To Cinnaminson

Lidl's stated mission is to "offer customers the highest quality fresh produce, meat, baked goods and household products at the lowest possible prices." Read more here: Construction On Cinnaminson Lidl May Begin In September: Mayor

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Site work on a child care center, self-storage facility and family casual restaurant on a 14-acre piece of land formerly occupied by Acme began in August. Read more here: Site Work Begins On Former Acme Site In Cinnaminson

This was followed by the beginning of construction on the child care center. Read more here: Cinnaminson Breaks Ground On Acme Redevelopment Project

Acme was the primary tenant on the 14-acre parcel until it closed in 2011. Township Committee began work on a redevelopment plan in November 2018, and named Global Cinnaminson I, LLC (Global) in March 2019. The Planning Board granted preliminary and final site plan approval for the proposed project in August 2019.

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This article originally appeared on the Cinnaminson Patch