Walmart seeks town approval for expansion of Farmingdale store

TRD New York /
Jul.July 23, 2018 12:21 PM

Walmart hopes to expand its Farmingdale store by 62,450 square feet to create a supercenter with a grocery store, new vestibules, a drive-thru for picking up online orders and expanded departments, Newsday reported. The Town of Baldwin will meet to discuss the 40 percent expansion on August 6. Expansion plans for the building, which was built in 2007, also require approval from the Zoning Board of Appeals. [Newsday]


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