Lunds to open new Minneapolis location June 14

The Business Journal reports crews are installing exterior signage on the new downtown grocery store that sits on the corner of Hennepin Avenue and 12 Street South. Lunds broke ground on the project last summer.
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The Business Journal reports crews are installing exterior signage on the new downtown grocery store that sits on the corner of Hennepin Avenue and 12 Street South. Lunds broke ground on the project last summer.

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