SALT LAKE CITY — Harmons Grocery Stores said Monday it expects to break ground next year on a pair of new stores, with both completed in 2011.
One will be part of the City Creek Center project in downtown Salt Lake. The other will be a 68,015-square-foot store at the Station Park project in Farmington.
Privately owned Harmons, founded in 1932, has 13 stores and 2,30 employees. It usually employs between 150 and 200 people at each store.
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