ST. LOUIS, MO – Knoebel Construction has completed work on their first Lucky’s Market in Springfield, Missouri, and is contracted to build two additional Lucky’s Markets in St. Petersburg and Winter Park, Florida.
Knoebel completed the interior finish on the 26,000-square-foot Springfield Lucky’s Market on a fast 120-day timeline. The store, which opened last month, features the newest look for Lucky’s, including stained floors, unpainted ceilings and the chain’s first-ever, made-to-order ramen bar. Lucky’s Market stores also feature a café, large produce department, sushi bar, in-house butchers, deli with counter, juice bar, bulk foods, artisan cheese shop, wine section, restrooms and community rooms. Colorado-based Lucky’s Market, whose theme is “organic for the 99 percent,” works with local producers to include locally sourced products in each department.
In Florida, Knoebel is constructing a new St. Petersburg Lucky’s Market and completing construction of a new location in Winter Park, which is replacing a grocery store that recently closed. Lucky’s Market in St. Petersburg and Winter Park are both slated to open in summer 2018. Lucky’s Market has experienced significant growth the past two years and the company plans to open up to 15 new stores in 2018.
ABOUT KNOEBEL CONSTRUCTION
Knoebel Construction, Inc. is a national general contractor specializing in retail center, restaurant, grocery, healthcare and retail store construction. Projects range from major regional shopping centers to local restaurants. Founded in 1981, Knoebel Construction provides full-service development, contracting and construction management services to real estate development firms, independent restaurant and retail owners, and retailers. Centrally based in the St. Louis region, Knoebel Construction offers services nationwide. Knoebel is ranked among the top 25 largest general contractors in St. Louis by the St. Louis Business Journal. For more information, visit www.knoebelconstruction.com or call (636) 326-4100.