Lucky's Market to close all South Florida locations
Published Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Lucky's Market will close all three of its South Florida stores Feb. 12, according to a report from the Sun Sentinel.

The supermarket chain, headquartered in Niwot, Colorado, has 20 locations across the state. All but one in Melbourne will close in the next month.

South Florida stores include Coral Springs, Oakland Park and Plantation. The chain had plans for more in the tri-county region, including the mixed-use development Uptown Boca in Boca Raton and Dania Pointe.

The statewide closures will affect approximately 2,500 employees, according to the Sun Sentinel's report.

Representatives from Lucky's Market could not be immediately reached for comment. A representative from Uptown Boca declined to comment on the status of the Lucky's planned for that development.

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