Knoebel Construction has completed work on its first Lucky’s Market, building a new store for the grocer in Springfield, Missouri. St. Louis-based Knoebel is contracted to build two additional Lucky’s Markets in St. Petersburg and Winter Park, Florida.
Knoebel completed its interior finish on the 26,000-square-foot Springfield Lucky’s Market on a 120-day timeline. The store, which opened last month, features the newest look for Lucky’s, including stained floors, unpainted ceilings and the chain’s first-ever, made-to-order ramen bar.
Lucky’s Market stores also feature a café, large produce department, sushi bar, in-house butchers, deli with counter, juice bar, bulk foods, artisan cheese shop, wine section, restrooms and community rooms. Lucky’s Market is based in Colorado.
In Florida, Knoebel is constructing a new St. Petersburg Lucky’s Market and completing construction of a new location in Winter Park, which is replacing a grocery store that recently closed. Lucky’s Market in St. Petersburg and Winter Park are both slated to open in summer 2018.