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Harvest Co-op store opens today in Forest Hills' Arboretum Place development

Posted by Matt Rocheleau  December 12, 2012 11:43 AM

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(Harvest Co-op website)

Local cooperative grocer Harvest Co-op Market will open a new, 9,000 square-foot store today in the Forest Hills section of Boston, according to the co-op’s website.

The store is located at 3815 Washington St. near the Forest Hills MBTA station.

The market is be part of a new 44,300-square-foot retail and commercial development dubbed “Arboretum Place,” which is located on two parcels – parcel W on the west side of Washington Street and parcel V on the east side – that were formerly owned by the MBTA. Combined, the sites comprise about 1.5 acres.

The grocer operates two other locations: a store on South Street in Jamaica Plain, about a half-mile from the new store and another in Cambridge. And, the co-op has also said it hopes to open a third store in the Fenway neighborhood as part of a major development project that is in the early stages.

E-mail Matt Rocheleau at mjrochele@gmail.com.
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