Seasons, the kosher supermarket that has eyed the Cleveland area since April 2016, has received the go-ahead to begin building at Oakwood Commons in South Euclid.
Keith Benjamin, community services director for the city of South Euclid, said the grocery store sent in its request May 22 to begin construction and was approved by the city’s building and zoning department.
“They are now officially able to construct since (the city) officially pulled their new build construction permit on (May 22),” he said.
The Cleveland Jewish News previously reported the grocery store would be about 20,000 square feet.
Mayer Gold, Season’s owner, originally had said the store would open around April 2017.
Benjamin said the grocery store should be opening its doors this fall.
This location will be the eighth store in the chain, with other locations in New York and the Baltimore suburb of Pikesville. It will sit on the southeast corner of Oakwood Commons, which is owned by First Interstate Properties of Lyndhurst.