Walmart starting almost $3.3 million renovation at Hodges Pointe Plaza

The retailer built the Supercenter in 2008 and intends to remodel most of the more than 200,000-square-foot store at Beach and Hodges boulevards.

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Walmart Stores Inc. is renovating its 15-year-old Hodges Pointe Plaza Supercenter at southwest Beach and Hodges boulevards.

FMGI Inc. of Woodstock, Georgia, is the contractor for the almost $3.26 million project at 13490 Beach Blvd.

The city issued a permit Jan. 23 for the work, described as an interior remodel of the 204,424-square-foot store with minor exterior work, including some roof areas for power units.

Plans indicate most inside areas will be remodeled, including the sales floor, customer restrooms, customer checkout, the pharmacy, vision center, garden center, grocery area and online pickup.

The checkout area has new and relocated self-checkouts and staffed registers.

The architect is Harrison French & Associates Ltd. of Bentonville, Arkansas, where Walmart is based.

Walmart Stores East LP owns the 18.9-acre property.

It paid $8.75 million for the property in 2005 and developed the building in 2008.



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