»Sep 13 Posted by ICI

A Warm Welcome for Chicago’s Newest Walmart Supercenter

On Wednesday, September 11, the Walmart Supercenter in Chicago’s Pullman Park neighborhood opened its doors to the public for the first time. A ribbon cutting ceremony held one day prior reinforced the significance of this construction project to the surrounding community. Hundreds attended; among them were Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Alderman Anthony Beale, both of whom expressed the positive impact the store will have on Pullman Park.

Construction of the $16.5 million, 155,000 SF superstore began last fall and was completed late summer. The greatly anticipated store will provide a source for fresh and healthy food options for the surrounding community.  In addition to the typical departments within a Walmart store, the project features a pharmacy and vision center. Perhaps the most unique feature of the new store is the building’s green roof system spanning nearly the entire square footage of the roof.

To date, ICI has undertaken nearly 30 projects in seven states for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Learn more about this and ICI’s other retail projects.

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