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Open Harvest Co-op Grocery has secured a contract for a 10,000-square-foot, single-story store building in the Telegraph District

LINCOLN, Nebraska — Open Harvest Co-op Grocery has secured a contract for a 10,000-square-foot, single-story store building near 21st and L Streets in the Telegraph District.

The Telegraph District is undergoing renovation, which includes the addition of housing, eating, and retail to the region, which is currently home to Allo Communications, The Mill Coffee & Tea, and Subway.

Open Harvest will serve as the area’s full-service grocery store where locals can purchase local, nutritious, and fresh items.

According to Marketing Coordinator Jonathan Sands, the move will allow the community-owned co-op to expand to offer several widely requested features, such as beer and wine sales, improved parking, and walking and bicycling accessibility.

Officials estimate that the store will open in the fall of 2023.

In April, a campaign to support the relocation was launched, and it has earned more than $460,000 of its $1 million goal for this year.

Phase II of Open Harvest’s campaign will be unveiled at a celebration sponsored by Zipline Brewing Co. on Thursday. There will be live music, food, and a local vendor market.

Arrive at the Zipline facility in west Lincoln at 6 p.m. to assist with the co-relocation. op’s

Due to the Lincoln Community Foundation’s sponsorship, contributions to Open Harvest will be tax-deductible.

Tags: ALLO, Co-op, cooperative, grocery shop, investment, Lincoln, Nebraska, Open Harvest, open harvest co-op grocery, Relocation, telegraph district, The Mill, and Zipline.

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