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Santa Clara—Foodies in Santa Clara will soon have the opportunity to shop at a new state-of-the-art Harmons Grocery Store. The much-anticipated store located at Pioneer Parkway and Rachel Drive broke ground today and is expected to open to customers in February 2016.
“We have long awaited expanding our footprint in Southern Utah to give more customers an opportunity to experience what shopping at Harmons is all about,” said Harmons Co-Owner and Vice President Bob Harmon. “This project has been in the works for quite some time and we are proud to see it come to life.”
The 67,000 square foot store will feature a stunning honed sandstone and bay window entry along with modern stained and polished concrete floors. In addition to modern aesthetics, the store will be constructed with energy efficiency in mind. Solar panels will provide 40 percent of the store’s power, in addition to LED lighting and other energy efficiency measures. The building will also house a state-of-the-art cooking school where students can enhance their culinary skills, 9,000 square foot mezzanine, outdoor balcony seating and conference rooms available for catering and events.
In addition to the quality products and services customers have come to know and love at Harmons, Harmons Santa Clara will also feature dry aged beef, an unsurpassed selection of fresh foods prepared daily by skilled chefs, a gelato bar, artisan bread, gourmet cheese island, fresh salad and olive bar and a carving station serving hot entrées.
“Santa Clara has anticipated this exciting day for many years. I feel Harmons will bring so much more than great food to our community,” said Santa Clara Mayor Rick Rosenberg. “This store will provide new benefits and opportunities to Santa Clara residents for generations. We are thrilled to welcome Harmons to our neighborhood.”
Harmons Santa Clara is expected to bring nearly 300 jobs to the area, and will employ a cooking school chef, registered dietitian and chalkboard artist, among artisan bakers, delicatessen chefs and other talented associates. Prospective employees are encouraged to visit harmonsgrocery.com to learn more about employment opportunities.
Since 1932 Harmons passion for learning, growth and innovation have been the building blocks to help the company expand from a single fruit stand to 16 thriving locations. With the addition of the Santa Clara and Traverse Mountain stores, in 2016 Harmons will operate 18 stores spanning from Northern Utah to St. George.