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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby Busguy2010 » Fri Jul 01, 2016 1:58 am

I am wondering why they've waited so long, and still haven't remodeled the 78th and Cass location. Is this the only one left now that hasn't been upgraded?

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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby skinzfan23 » Fri Jul 01, 2016 8:18 am

One of the things I don't like about the Market Grille was when we went to the Plattsmouth store and ordered chinese. We decided to eat it there. We had to wait to be seated and they serve you like a regular restaurant. They kept pushing other appetizers and side items. I explained that we only wanted to sit down and eat the chinese food, which we had already paid for. The waitress also kept coming back like she deserved a large tip when all she did was grab us 2 waters. I wish they still had a dining area where you could sit and not be bothered. She seemed so dissapointed because she couldn't upsell us on something else.

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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby Brad » Fri Jul 01, 2016 8:27 am

Busguy2010 wrote:I am wondering why they've waited so long, and still haven't remodeled the 78th and Cass location. Is this the only one left now that hasn't been upgraded?


I think this was the last store to get remodeled with the old style. It wasn't that long ago that they added the Large wine and spirits, may be one of the first stores to have the new style wine and spirits. At that time they also added the large health food area and the newer larger pharmacy with the clinic office in it.
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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby WBR_Tom » Fri Jul 01, 2016 11:05 am

Coyote wrote:Applewood was their first area renovation into this. Someone can correct me though, but Applewood has had the most major renovations in town.


Yep, the Applewood/96th & Q store is the first (and only, so far) one in Omaha to get the Market Grille reno. I'd be surprised if there was a HyVee in Omaha with more extensive renovations; they gutted the structure to the point where it's barely recognizable as the same building inside. The original building didn't have a separate liquor store, and had a much smaller footprint. They finally tore down the old Amoco gas station in the parking lot that had been retrofitted into a miniature HyVee Gas earlier this year, as well, and built a brand new HyVee Gas store.

I like the Market Grille concept, but of the half-dozen times we've eaten at the Applewood one at various times of the day, it's never been terribly busy. Maybe we just catch it on slow days.

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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby Trips » Wed Aug 10, 2016 3:17 pm

HyVee in Lincoln on 27th and Superior is adding 8 Tesla Superchargers. Adding charging stations seem like a great fit for them as it normally takes 30-45 minutes to charge a Tesla from 0-100.

I think this a a great fit for HyVee and hopefully them keep expanding these to other locations.

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Trips wrote:HyVee in Lincoln on 27th and Superior is adding 8 Tesla Superchargers. Adding charging stations seem like a great fit for them as it normally takes 30-45 minutes to charge a Tesla from 0-100.

I think this a a great fit for HyVee and hopefully them keep expanding these to other locations.

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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby nebugeater » Thu Aug 11, 2016 9:14 am

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nebugeater wrote:The OWH did an interview with the HyVee CEO

Couple items to note.
HyVee is open to building a smaller store in the Downtown area much like they have being built in Des Moines. I read it as they are actively looking for the right fit.

There will be two more full size stores in the Omaha market in the near term

There is a new store opening in Urbandale that will be 100 % dedicated to the On line ordering program they have and will not be open to shoppers. I would take this as a sign that the delivery service is working


http://www.omaha.com/money/downtown-hy- ... 4c164.html


Cool! I love the idea of a more urban Hy-Vee. And, yes, their delivery service is awesome, I hear. They are very reasonable, I hear.


I would like to see Baker's downtown. That is about as close to an "Omaha" grocery store as you can get. I know it's owned by Kroger/Dillons now but the name is still Omaha based.



I would look at HyVee as more of a local store than Bakers. HyVee is a regional chain that is employee owned. Not so much with Bakers / Kroger.
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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby skinzfan23 » Thu Oct 06, 2016 8:19 am

From the Des Moines Register:
Hy-Vee debuts Des Moines clothing boutique
British clothing company F&F will make its Des Moines debut Thursday in the Fleur Drive Hy-Vee grocery store...While there are a handful in Minnesota, Hy-Vee is looking at putting them into stores in the Omaha market, she said.

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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby Omaha Cowboy » Thu Oct 06, 2016 12:24 pm

skinzfan23 wrote:From the Des Moines Register:
Hy-Vee debuts Des Moines clothing boutique
British clothing company F&F will make its Des Moines debut Thursday in the Fleur Drive Hy-Vee grocery store...While there are a handful in Minnesota, Hy-Vee is looking at putting them into stores in the Omaha market, she said.


This is interesting. Thanks for the share...

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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby Ben » Fri Oct 07, 2016 10:41 am

Another interesting rumor about hyvee. Apparently the delivery business is going gangbusters, and the local stores are having a hard time keeping up with picking all of these orders. Rumor is that they will transition all of their delivery services to a centralized warehouse somewhere in the metro area.

I would assume the pick-up business will still be run at a local store level...

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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby nebugeater » Fri Oct 07, 2016 12:30 pm

Ben wrote:Another interesting rumor about hyvee. Apparently the delivery business is going gangbusters, and the local stores are having a hard time keeping up with picking all of these orders. Rumor is that they will transition all of their delivery services to a centralized warehouse somewhere in the metro area.

I would assume the pick-up business will still be run at a local store level...



They have recently completed a Delivery only location in Des Moines for this exact purpose. I think it was posted on here when I first read about it but I haven't looked yet to see if was or if I just think it was.
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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby nebugeater » Fri Oct 07, 2016 1:03 pm

nebugeater wrote:
Ben wrote:Another interesting rumor about hyvee. Apparently the delivery business is going gangbusters, and the local stores are having a hard time keeping up with picking all of these orders. Rumor is that they will transition all of their delivery services to a centralized warehouse somewhere in the metro area.

I would assume the pick-up business will still be run at a local store level...



They have recently completed a Delivery only location in Des Moines for this exact purpose. I think it was posted on here when I first read about it but I haven't looked yet to see if was or if I just think it was.



OK Stand up and tack credit for a Brain Fart Moment. It is covered for DM in the first post of this thread .... and I POSTED IT..... :banghead:
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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby Coyote » Fri Oct 07, 2016 1:31 pm

nebugeater wrote:
nebugeater wrote:They have recently completed a Delivery only location in Des Moines for this exact purpose. I think it was posted on here when I first read about it but I haven't looked yet to see if was or if I just think it was.

OK Stand up and tack credit for a Brain Fart Moment. It is covered for DM in the first post of this thread .... and I POSTED IT..... :banghead:


Hey, that was a whole 5 months ago. :shrug:
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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby nebugeater » Fri Oct 07, 2016 1:55 pm

Coyote wrote:
nebugeater wrote:
nebugeater wrote:They have recently completed a Delivery only location in Des Moines for this exact purpose. I think it was posted on here when I first read about it but I haven't looked yet to see if was or if I just think it was.

OK Stand up and tack credit for a Brain Fart Moment. It is covered for DM in the first post of this thread .... and I POSTED IT..... :banghead:


Hey, that was a whole 5 months ago. :shrug:


YOu can only begin to guess how crazy those 5 months have been too with the job change......
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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby garyomaha » Wed Nov 16, 2016 7:58 pm

lmdramos wrote:Does anyone know why they still haven't renovated the 78th and Cass stores despite it being one of the most trafficked in Omaha and be slated for renovation like a year ago?


We were told by staff when the gas station was being built there that remodeling would soon follow. The gas station is -- what? -- two years old now. No remodeling in sight. After visiting some west Omaha Hy-Vees, it does look a bit tired. Plus, it badly needs a new produce manager (oops, did I say that out loud?)

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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby Uffda » Fri Nov 25, 2016 8:19 pm

Was up in Sioux Falls during Thanksgiving --- went into a HyVee to get some wine for Thanksgiving dinner and came across this ---- NE definitely needs to change their beer distribution laws.

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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

Postby Trips » Mon Nov 28, 2016 12:18 pm

What am I looking at here? Can you bring in your growler and fill it up from whatever they have on tap? Is this only legal at breweries in Nebraska?

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Postby Coyote » Mon Nov 28, 2016 2:14 pm

Trips wrote:What am I looking at here? Can you bring in your growler and fill it up from whatever they have on tap? Is this only legal at breweries in Nebraska?


I forgot nebugeater and I were talking about this on facebook. Yes, in SoDak you only need a retailers license to fill any growler with beer. In Nebraska you need a BrewPub license and can only use a growler stamped with the BrewPubs Label.
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Re: HyVee Growth Plans

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Coyote wrote:
Trips wrote:What am I looking at here? Can you bring in your growler and fill it up from whatever they have on tap? Is this only legal at breweries in Nebraska?


I forgot nebugeater and I were talking about this on facebook. Yes, in SoDak you only need a retailers license to fill any growler with beer. In Nebraska you need a BrewPub license and can only use a growler stamped with the BrewPubs Label.

Under the new law, any retailers in Nebraska with the typical class c liquor license can get a growler endorsement. With that they can fill containers up to 32 ounces. The containers must have some sort of mark identifying the retailer, and a means to verify the seal has not been tampered with.
That's why crowlers are popping up at various places. It easy to put the sticker on a can, and once it's open, there's no resealing it.

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Postby WBR_Tom » Thu Feb 02, 2017 12:18 pm

The Papillion store at Shadow Lake is getting a something called a "Market Grille Express." I was curious what that meant, so I talked to the manager last night when I was in there, and he said it will be similar to the Market Grille at the 96th & Q and Plattsmouth stores, but with a smaller menu.

Reno starts next Monday -- February 6 -- with an eight-week timeframe to completion.

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Postby Coyote » Thu Feb 02, 2017 4:36 pm

Stonybrook is under renovation as is the one at MotB.
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Coyote wrote:Stonybrook is under renovation as is the one at MotB.


So is 90th and Center and 50th and Center.
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Postby Ryan_Huskers » Tue Feb 07, 2017 1:10 am

108th and Fort is as well.

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Postby Omaha_corn_burner » Fri Feb 24, 2017 3:42 pm

More info on the Market Grille [sic]

http://www.omaha.com/money/hy-vee-s-new ... 0588e.html

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Postby Brad » Tue Feb 28, 2017 8:29 am

'Feels like Black Friday.' Shoppers line up for opening of new Hy-Vee

http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/ ... /98485580/

Des Moines Register wrote:The much-anticipated Fourth + Court Hy-Vee grocery store in downtown Des Moines opened at 6 a.m. today, with giveaways and specials for the first 1,000 people coming into the store.


Des Moines Register wrote:There’s a Starbucks cafe, a dry-aged beef case, custom soda station, fresh flowers, smoothie station and a spot to fill beer growlers.
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Ryan_Huskers wrote:108th and Fort is as well.

For Sell for $11.5M
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Coyote wrote:
Ryan_Huskers wrote:108th and Fort is as well.

For Sell for $11.5M


For Sale? My wife works there.

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choke wrote:
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Ryan_Huskers wrote:108th and Fort is as well.

For Sell for $11.5M


For Sale? My wife works there.

Sorry, but it is on the Market... See if she knows anything...
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Coyote wrote:
choke wrote:
Coyote wrote:
Ryan_Huskers wrote:108th and Fort is as well.

For Sell for $11.5M


For Sale? My wife works there.

Sorry, but it is on the Market... See if she knows anything...


They are in the middle of putting the Market Express Grille in. Wow.

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Which location is that?
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Postby Mr.Nuke » Tue Mar 07, 2017 9:29 am

choke wrote:
Coyote wrote:
choke wrote:
Coyote wrote:
Ryan_Huskers wrote:108th and Fort is as well.

For Sell for $11.5M


For Sale? My wife works there.

Sorry, but it is on the Market... See if she knows anything...


They are in the middle of putting the Market Express Grille in. Wow.

They're selling it, but it also looks like Hy-Vee is essentially guaranteeing they'll stay there for 10 years.

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That could be a pretty smart move. Hy-Vee gets 11 million cash now and they get to squeeze 10 last years out of that location before possibly maybe that neighborhood gets a little too seedy for comfort. This way they don't run the risk of having to try to sell that property 10 years from now in a blighted area. Its a safe and smart move if you can find someone with the 11 million that will agree to do it.

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Postby Coyote » Wed Mar 08, 2017 5:32 pm

Stoneybrook's Market Grille Express opens March 16.
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Postby nebugeater » Wed Mar 22, 2017 7:26 am

Have read in the recent past where HyVee is going to be testing selling some limited clothing in stores. Here is a story that says that two Omaha and Two Lincoln locations will be getting this soon.


Omaha
14591 Stony Brook Blvd.
1000 S. 178th St


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1601 N. 84th St.
6001 Village Drive

http://www.omaha.com/money/hy-vee-is-ad ... e22f1.html
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Postby lbmom5 » Sun Apr 23, 2017 8:07 pm

Daughter works for HyVee-corporate just finished a layoff off 100 at corporate level-after a terrible first quarter. First layoffs in company history, with new CEO. The new Marketplace Cafes are not doing as well as expected and now opening in the Minneapolis market... Daughter is very disappointed in the company.

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Postby NEDodger » Sun Apr 23, 2017 11:54 pm

That doesn't surprise me. Every time I look at the cafe/bar at 108th and Fort, it's dead. They really had a good business going with just having people eat what each of their deli/Chinese/kitchen places were serving. No need to mess with that.

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Postby TheSeventhBrat » Tue Apr 25, 2017 8:01 pm

lbmom5 wrote:Daughter works for HyVee-corporate just finished a layoff off 100 at corporate level-after a terrible first quarter. First layoffs in company history, with new CEO. The new Marketplace Cafes are not doing as well as expected and now opening in the Minneapolis market... Daughter is very disappointed in the company.

I work for a competitor and I'm sorry to hear about the layoffs. We had 55 people at our division office accept early retirement. Those jobs are being eliminated and the duties are being picked up by others (without any wage/salary adjustments).

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Postby iamjacobm » Fri Jun 30, 2017 9:12 am

http://rebusinessonline.com/hy-vee-inc-signs-115560-sf-industrial-lease-in-omaha-nebraska/

Hy-Vee Inc. has signed a 115,560-square-foot industrial lease in Omaha. The 185,000-square-foot building, located at 11651 S. 154th St., is now fully leased. Other tenants include Blackhawk Industrial Distribution Inc. and Tire Operations LLC. Hy-Vee will use the space as a warehouse as well as a central kitchen to supply its fresh food items to surrounding stores.

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Postby RockHarbor » Sat Jul 01, 2017 11:30 pm

skinzfan23 wrote:One of the things I don't like about the Market Grille was when we went to the Plattsmouth store and ordered chinese. We decided to eat it there. We had to wait to be seated and they serve you like a regular restaurant. They kept pushing other appetizers and side items. I explained that we only wanted to sit down and eat the chinese food, which we had already paid for. The waitress also kept coming back like she deserved a large tip when all she did was grab us 2 waters. I wish they still had a dining area where you could sit and not be bothered. She seemed so dissapointed because she couldn't upsell us on something else.
I agree. I don't think it's necessarily a good business decision -- at least for all their stores. They have a successful, crowd-pleasing business model that shouldn't be messed with too much. It's interesting having some HyVees w/ that special restaurant, but again, not all of them. I went to the Stony Brook HyVee, and ordered soup from the Chinese restaurant, and I had to eat it at a table & chairs all thrown & squeezed in by the deli. It was uncomfortable, as carts were being pushed all around me, and lines were forming at counters. It's like everybody buying cut meat & a container of macaroni salad were able to watch me slurp down my soup -- right next to them. And, if I walk into the new restaurant w/ my food, I feel kinda odd, almost like I'm the "annoying guest that brought his own lunch", or the "cheap one who doesn't want to tip", and I'm taking up a potential money-making table. I just don't think people want to go into every HyVee and feel that -- if they order a sit-down meal from the deli or pizza place or Chinese. Not a good business decision, imo. I've even thought: "WHAT are they thinking??" (It's almost like when you order a meal at the Wal-Mart deli, and you try & sit in the Subway to eat it, and in a nice way they communicate to you "Get out. You didn't order our food. We don't want you here." I've literally ate my chicken dinner from the Wal-Mart deli on my lap, sitting on a wall bench by the registers, near a Subway w/ mostly empty tables, after being kicked out of Subway. At least HyVee's restaurant doesn't kick you out.)
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