The Pinehills Village Green Continues to Grow with Full Service Grocery Market
Market to fill niche for Fresh, Local Foods and Customer Service
PLYMOUTH, MA (July 10, 2007) --- Pinehills LLC has announced plans to open a full service grocery market focusing on fresh and local produce, seafood, meats, cheeses, baked goods and more, to serve the Plymouth and South Shore communities. The 13,000 sf store is reminiscent of a vintage New England barn," says Tony Green, managing partner of Pinehills LLC. "The market is a tremendous addition to the existing Village Green retail shops, services, U.S. Post Office and businesses." The market is being designed and operated by Michael Szathmary, who was director of operations for Legal Seafoods Marketplace during the 80s and influential in the launch of the Nature's Heartland market in the early 90s, as well as his own Boston-area market/cafes called Zathmary's. "It will be the quintessential New England grocery store and will carry a wide array of the freshest, local, domestic and imported food items", says Szathmary.
There will be a strong emphasis on the selection of fresh foods and customer service. The market will include: a full service seafood and butcher shop style meat department, prepared foods featuring chef's daily specials for lunch and dinner, imported and domestic cheeses, a full service style bakery, sushi made to order and everyday grocery needs. "The key word here is fresh, fresh, fresh," says Szathmary. "Our market is reminiscent of the days when you visited your local purveyor and received personal service and selection." Customers will find:
- A full-service deli and meat department with an on-site butcher
- Fresh seafood delivered daily
- A full-service bakery with fresh breads and baked goods baked on premise, along with selected items from some of the regions top bakeries
- Best selection of fruits and vegetables including locally grown when available
- Daily hot and cold prepared foods cooked in the on-site kitchen including Rotisserie chicken and a full array of salads, entrees and side dishes
- General groceries such as dry goods, canned goods, frozen foods, paper goods, dairy, etc.
"Our commitment is to selection, quality and service," says Szathmary.
In addition to the market, a new 43,000 sq. ft. tennis and fitness club is already under construction. With steel already in place, The Village Racquet and Fitness Club (vfrclub.com) will open later this year. The club is membership based and is open to the public. Both the fitness club and the market add to the list of regional businesses now part of this award winning mixed-use community.