Construction kicks off on Papillion Sam's Club -
Published Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 10:00 am / Updated at 1:25 pm
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Construction kicks off on Papillion Sam's Club

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Construction is underway on Papillion's new Sam's Club. Papillion Mayor David Black, Sam's Club officials and representatives of the Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce and the Lerner Co. attended a ground breaking ceremony Tuesday morning.

More than 100 people will be hired to staff the 136,000-square-foot store, which is slated to open this fall at the northeast corner of 72nd Street and Cornhusker Road.

Black said the store is a “big deal” for Papillion from several perspectives. Many small businesses use Sam's Club as a supplier, so having a warehouse store close by will be convenient for them. Sam's Club will join Hobby Lobby and Walgreens in the Settlers Creek Development, and a Dunkin' Donuts opened last year at the southeast corner of the intersection.

“That's becoming a high-traffic corridor,” Black said, which he expects to draw other businesses. A Brakes Plus is already under construction just south of Dunkin' Donuts.

Contact the writer: Paige Yowell    |   402-444-1414    |  

Paige covers commercial development news primarily for the Money section's news blog, Money Talks.

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