A Kroger In Fishers Is Moving To This New Location

Kroger will move its Fisher Crossing Drive store across Allisonville Road in west Fishers, Indiana. The new store will be 50,000 square feet bigger than the current store. Fishers Crossing Drive Kroger was built in 1996 as an anchor for the Fishers Crossing Shopping Center on the northeast corner of 116th Street and Allisonville Road. In March, Kroger broke ground at the new site.

The store’s new location was once home to Indiana’s Marsh Supermarket which filed for bankruptcy in 2017. Soon after, the Marsh Supermarket was demolished and a Goodwill store was built on the site as well as other businesses.

Plan for new Fishers Kroger.

Kroger was founded in Cincinnati, Ohio by Benard Kroger back in 1883. Today the company has over 2700 stores in 35 states. In 2022 it was ranked as the largest supermarket operator by revenue in the United States. Kroger operates almost 20 other stores brands which it has acquired through the years.

Location History

The new Kroger site did not have any development until the 90s. Aerial images of the area date back to the 1950s when it was farmland and Fishers had a population of less than 400. By 2021 the city had over 100,000 people.

A 1998 Google Earth aerial view of the area, 2 years after Kroger was built.
2017 aerial view showing the new buildings that replaced Marsh Supermarket under construction.
Street View of Marsh from Allisonville Road in 2013, 4 years before it was demolished.
The new Kroger site in 2017.

Last Updated on June 7, 2024 by F. E. Mufute

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