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Brick’s Walmart Store to Undergo Renovations

Walmart (File Photo/Walmart)

Walmart (File Photo/Walmart)

Walmart announced this week that the Brick location would be one of a dozen across New Jersey to receive renovations as part of a multi-million dollar investment in its stores.

The company will spend $68 million on the renovation of 12 stores across the state, and add several in-store features such as online grocery pickup and online pickup towers.

Gabrielle Reitano, a company spokeswoman, said the Brick store’s remodel would include “a clean, spacious feel throughout the store with updated colors and signage, new fixtures and lighting, and refreshed bathrooms.”

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It would also include wider aisles and lower fixtures for an improved store flow and easier navigation throughout the whole location, a new electronics department with “state of the art” displays and a new Walmart pickup center built at the front of the store.

There is also the possibility, depending on demand, that there will be a refreshed pharmacy and MoneyCenter, and improvements to other departments.

Though Shorebeat asked, the company did not provide a date as to when the construction would begin.

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