The 179,000-square-foot warehouse on East St. Patrick Street in Rapid City will have a new purpose after closing eight months ago, reports the Rapid City Journal.
The warehouse, formerly operated as a grocery distribution center by the SpartanNash company headquartered in Michigan, will now have local owners and operate as Dakota Warehouse. The facility will serve a strong demand for temporary storage and will feature refrigerated storage, freezer space, office space and serve as a shipping drop point, among other services.
Plans are to open in early 2016, serve a 200- to 300-mile radius and hire about 10 employees within the first year.
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