Winona Costco to open this fall, says spokesperson

News Aug 24, 2017 by Mike Pearson Stoney Creek News

The signs are all there — literally — for the much-anticipated Winona Costco.

A familiar brown and beige-clad building now bears the red and blue Costco Wholesale logo.

On Aug. 24 workers were busy installing signage for the new store, which will anchor an $85-million commercial development at the corner of the South Service and Fifty roads.

Costco spokesperson Ron Damiani said a precise opening date has not been set, but the new location is expected to open sometime this fall. The store will include features like a gas bar and pharmacy.

"It will have all of the bells and whistles that you'll see at our other newer locations," said Damiani.

Damiani said a marketing team will be in place to promote the store within 10 to 12 weeks of its opening, with an on-site trailer. At that time, anyone interested in becoming a Costco member will be invited to register online.

The Winona Crossing development is expected to cover about 17.37 hectares, with 444,759 square feet of commercial space.

Along with Costco, other proposed businesses include Royal Bank, LCBO, Turtle Jacks, Pet Value, Pita Pit, Burger King, Tim Hortons, Booster Juice, Subway, and Sunset Grill. The development is also expected to include a grocery store, a pharmacy and a City of Hamilton transit hub.

Winona Costco to open this fall, says spokesperson

News Aug 24, 2017 by Mike Pearson Stoney Creek News

The signs are all there — literally — for the much-anticipated Winona Costco.

A familiar brown and beige-clad building now bears the red and blue Costco Wholesale logo.

On Aug. 24 workers were busy installing signage for the new store, which will anchor an $85-million commercial development at the corner of the South Service and Fifty roads.

Costco spokesperson Ron Damiani said a precise opening date has not been set, but the new location is expected to open sometime this fall. The store will include features like a gas bar and pharmacy.

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"It will have all of the bells and whistles that you'll see at our other newer locations," said Damiani.

Damiani said a marketing team will be in place to promote the store within 10 to 12 weeks of its opening, with an on-site trailer. At that time, anyone interested in becoming a Costco member will be invited to register online.

The Winona Crossing development is expected to cover about 17.37 hectares, with 444,759 square feet of commercial space.

Along with Costco, other proposed businesses include Royal Bank, LCBO, Turtle Jacks, Pet Value, Pita Pit, Burger King, Tim Hortons, Booster Juice, Subway, and Sunset Grill. The development is also expected to include a grocery store, a pharmacy and a City of Hamilton transit hub.

Winona Costco to open this fall, says spokesperson

News Aug 24, 2017 by Mike Pearson Stoney Creek News

The signs are all there — literally — for the much-anticipated Winona Costco.

A familiar brown and beige-clad building now bears the red and blue Costco Wholesale logo.

On Aug. 24 workers were busy installing signage for the new store, which will anchor an $85-million commercial development at the corner of the South Service and Fifty roads.

Costco spokesperson Ron Damiani said a precise opening date has not been set, but the new location is expected to open sometime this fall. The store will include features like a gas bar and pharmacy.

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"It will have all of the bells and whistles that you'll see at our other newer locations," said Damiani.

Damiani said a marketing team will be in place to promote the store within 10 to 12 weeks of its opening, with an on-site trailer. At that time, anyone interested in becoming a Costco member will be invited to register online.

The Winona Crossing development is expected to cover about 17.37 hectares, with 444,759 square feet of commercial space.

Along with Costco, other proposed businesses include Royal Bank, LCBO, Turtle Jacks, Pet Value, Pita Pit, Burger King, Tim Hortons, Booster Juice, Subway, and Sunset Grill. The development is also expected to include a grocery store, a pharmacy and a City of Hamilton transit hub.