Renovated Sendik's in The Corners to reopen in October

Freeman Staff

Aug. 21, 2019

Sendik’s announced Tuesday the official debut of the 40,000-square-foot grocery store in The Corners in the Town of Brookfield in mid-October.
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TOWN OF BROOKFIELD — Sendik’s is investing $5 million in renovations at its store in The Corners of Brookfield, which is only a few years old.

The company announced Tuesday the official debut of the 40,000-square-foot grocery store with a new home store concept, new services and expanded selection will be in mid-October.

New additions to the store, include a sophisticated bistro area, complete with an extensive list of wine by the glass, local craft beer on tap, gourmet espresso drinks, nitro cold brew on tap, fresh-squeezed, cold-pressed juices and homemade smoothies.

On the main level of the renovated store will be a 7,000-square-foot Sendik’s Home store, which will feature curated clothing selections, an in-store dressing room, a floral shop, international gourmet food selections and a variety of brand-name kitchen products like LeCrueset, Staub, All Clad, Zwillings-Henckels and more.

“As The Corners continues to innovate and enhance the customer experience, we’re thrilled to be taking part and elevating the shopping experience to one that has never been done before in southeastern Wisconsin,” said Ted Balistreri, co-owner at Sendik’s. “Our renovated store is so much more than a grocery store – it’s a bistro, home and clothing store, floral shop and, most importantly, community gathering space all in one.”

Sendik’s is planning a weekend full of events and activities for its grand opening.