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SuperTarget center continues to draw quick service restaurants

Woodbury’s SuperTarget-anchored shopping center is quickly attracting retailers after it sat without much activity for a few years.

Woodbury Developers LLC is proposing to build another 15,000 square foot building to house a deli, yogurt shop and a pizza place.

Jersey Mike’s signed on to open a second Woodbury location, so did Papa Murphy’s, according to Woodbury Developers partner Dan Wozniak.

Comcast and Metro Dental are also set to open offices in the same building, as well as Menchies yogurt shop, which has locations in Maple Grove and St. Paul.

“Some of these newer projects like this one in good markets like Woodbury have been able to attract some of the retailers after they’ve been on the sidelines previously due to the economic downturn,” Wozniak said. “They’re starting to come back and expand again.”

Two other nearby major users, Walmart and Sam’s Club, are playing a role in attracting the businesses and shoppers to the center, he said.

The proposed building, which will be just east of the McDonald’s, still has two spaces left with interested retailers who have not yet committed to a lease.

Another development company is currently working on a 15-acre site just south of there, with restaurants and retailers poised to open by the fall.

Wayzata-based HJ Development was approved earlier this year to construct a building to house Noodles and Company, Which Wich, Yogurt Lab and a Starbucks.

The site was also approved for a Wings Financial Credit Union and a new HealthEast Clinic.

Riham Feshir
Riham Feshir is a reporter and photographer for the Woodbury Bulletin. Her coverage includes Woodbury City Hall, Washington County Board of Commissioners and business news.  Follow Riham on Twitter @RihamFeshir for the latest updates.