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Haggen Store Set to Close November 9th – New Tenant May Not Open for 30-90 Days

Shelves are almost empty and not being restocked. This photo that was taken on November 2, 2015.
Shelves are almost empty and not being restocked. This photo that was taken on November 2, 2015.

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The Coronado Haggen grocery store, located at 150 B Avenue is set to close on Monday, November 9th, 2015.  Items are currently marked down by up to 60% and are not being restocked.

A Coronado Haggen employee, that preferred to remain anonymous, shared that once the Coronado store closes, it could remain closed for 30-90 days due to “union regulations”.  During the holidays, some of the busiest shopping weeks of the year, the only grocery stores open to the general public will be Vons (868 Orange Ave) and Boney’s Bayside Market (155 Orange Ave).

Last month, eCoronado.com shared that the proposed tenant will most likely be Smart and Final.

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We contacted Haggen corporate offices to confirm the close date and did not hear back.  Smart and Final corporate offices confirmed that “the company indeed plans to acquire various Haggen locations in California.  However, none of that information on potential stores is available yet.”

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