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Canoga Park is getting a Grocery Outlet Bargain Market.
The supermarket chain that offers discount, overstocked, and closeout products from name brand and private label suppliers, is replacing the shuttered Rite Aid, at 8230 Topanga Canyon Blvd.
Construction is set to begin at the site soon, reps for Tilton Pacific Construction, Inc., the project’s general contractor, Monday confirmed in a telephone call with What Now Los Angeles.
The City of Los Angeles recently issued the necessary permitting for the project to move forward.
Converting the former pharmacy space into the new Grocery Outlet is expected to cost $650,000.
Grocery Outlet has stores in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, and Pennsylvania, including a nearby outpost coming soon to The Gateway at Lassen.
Several Rite Aid outposts in SoCal are undergoing a similar conversion.