The Aldi located on South Main Street
in West Bend has an
expansion plan approved by the Plan Commission on Tuesday
WEST BEND -
Aldi Inc. plans a $1.27 million expansion of its Aldi Food
Market on South Main Street in West Bend.
On Tuesday, the West Bend Plan Commission approved the site plan
for a 1,406-square-foot addition to the store at
1114 S. Main St., which is 14,975 square feet on a 1.8-acre
“Construction is expected to commence this spring and be
completed by fall,” West Bend Department of Development Business
and Development Planner Jim Reinke said.
The addition will be on the east, South Main Street side of the
building with the existing parking lot reconfigured to retain 91
parking spaces, Reinke said. The store has 94 parking spaces.
Privately held, Aldi Group is Germany’s largest grocery store
chain and among the largest chains in the global retail food
Aldi also has a store in Germantown and opened one in December
in Hartford. It has almost
1,300 stores in 32 states, according
to its website.