Atlanta – it’s time to say goodbye to the finest and known store in the area. Time pays the farewell to the good old store Kroger. The beloved Kroger site is permanently closing its doors after the renovation of the Piedmont Peachtree Crossing Shopping Center. The shop is called “Disco Kroger” because it was next door to a dance club in the 80s.
However, according to the news reports the official’s spokesperson from the grocery chain did not say why it was leaving, but the mall owner hopes to replace Kroger with another grocery store. While various Kroger stores in the town of Atlanta have fun and had unique nicknames due to the historical site.
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The Kroger site on Ponce de Leon Avenue is called “Beltline Kroger” (formerly Murder Kroger), the site on Caroline Street is called Hipster Kroger, and Kroger on Glenwood Avenue Krobar. Let’s see when the next update from the official gets published regarding the site, as previously they have announced about the renovation and new map design was in process.