Land is being cleared for the planned Center at Antietam Creek, a shopping plaza anchored by a Weis Market to be built near the intersection of Dual Highway and Eastern Boulevard in Hagerstown.
Construction of space for the supermarket and for as many as 18 stores or restaurants could begin within a month, site developer Tim Harrison, with the firm Harrison and Grass in Lemoyne, Pa., said last week.
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Harrison said some stores could open for business in August or September.
In addition to the Weis Market, Harrison said spaces in the plaza have been leased to five businesses including Dollar Express, Holiday Hair, Video Warehouse, and a Chinese restaurant and dry cleaning shop not yet named.
The Weis Market will take up 65,000 square feet, and will be the largest building in the approximately 122,000-square-foot plaza. The plaza will have a parking lot with about 650 parking spaces, Harrison said.