Lidl approved to be built in Tappan Plaza

Orangetown Supervisor Teresa Kenny says a demolition permit for the space has just been granted.

News 12 Staff

Feb 16, 2022, 3:47 AM

Updated 834 days ago

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Grocery store prices keep climbing, but a new affordable option is coming soon to the Hudson Valley.
A Lidl grocery store has been approved to be built in the currently unoccupied Tappan Plaza.
Orangetown Supervisor Teresa Kenny says a demolition permit for the space has just been granted.
It comes as inflation hits its highest mark in 40 years.
Supervisor Kenny says she hopes the Lidl will be open for customers by the end of this year.


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