Thursday, December 2, 2021

Pick’n Save Converts 3 Dane County Stores to Metro Markets

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The revamp of the former Pick’n Save at Metro Market in Shorewood Hills includes large murals that speak to Wisconsin’s string food culture.

Barry Adams, State Journal

The store also has a more open feel and includes a décor with dramatic signage. One of the dairy sections highlights Emil’s Pizza, which was founded in 1961 in downtown Watertown. Another sign depicts the press house on the UW-Madison campus while another is dedicated to Pulaski’s Bellagioso cheese.

Similar improvements have been made to the former Pick ‘n Save store at 6540 Monona Drive and the Sun Prairie Store at 2538 Ironwood Drive on the west side of Sun Prairie. The shop on the east side of Sun Prairie remains Pick ‘n Save.

Roundy spokesman Jim Hyland said there are no plans to convert Middleton Pick ‘n Save into a Metro Market at this time. The 45,000-square-foot store opened in 2005 and is one of its smallest stores in the state.

West Towne Mall. new tenant for

The past 19 months have not been easy for brick-and-mortar retailers amid COVID-19, but West Town Mall is celebrating several new additions.

The clothing store, rue21, opened Thursday near the American Eagle store and features women’s casual clothing and accessories. D1 Madison, a youth sports training company, has opened near Dix Sporting Goods, while the locally owned Obsession Beauty boutique offers women’s clothing near the Cheesecake Factory.

Max Custom Tailors is located near the food court and specializes in men’s clothing including suits, ties, jackets, pants, shirts and shoes, while Happy Feet Salon has moved from H&M to an interior location.


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