Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Pharmacy chain is first tenant in new building at Main Street and Greenwood Avenue.
The Madison Walgreens opened its doors to customers Friday afternoon after a final inspection. The company said it was aiming to open on Friday once all of the necessary permits were in place. Margaret Morales-Peluso, a Madison resident, is the pharmacy manager and Chris Morgan is the store manager. Morales-Peluso previously was a staff pharmacist at the Walgreens in Hillside. She said she is excited to be working closer to her home. The Walgreens offers adult immunizations and a prescription savings card, and plans to offer health seminars, she said. She said Walgreens is able to obtain prescriptions and other items from nearby Walgreens locations, and also send prescriptions to other Walgreens locations when customers travel. Morgan said…
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Pharmacy chain could open this week if all of its permits are in place.
The signage is up, the clock is in, and the Madison Walgreens is aiming to open Friday morning if all of the necessary permits are in place. Construction of the two-story office-retail building, called Gateway to Madison, started in March. Plans call for the property at Main Street and Greenwood Avenue to have retail tenants on the first floor and office tenants on the second floor. The application for the project at 122 Main Street gave some officials pause when they learned in 2010 Walgreens was a possible tenant and the store planned on seeking permission to stay open 24 hours a day. The borough later passed a law that prevents retail establishments located near residential areas, including the Walgreens site, from conducting business …
Friday, March 16, 2012
Coming September 2012.
A reader noticed this week the Walgreens Coming Soon sign displayed at Main Street and Greenwood Avenue. Construction of the Gateway to Madison is under way. The office and retail building is due to open in September according a sign at the site, which lists a number for AMA Consulting Engineers. The application for the project at 122 Main Street gave some officials pause when they learned Walgreens was a possible tenant and the store planned on seeking permission to stay open 24 hours a day.