Nino Salvaggio to Open Bloomfield Township Location on Dec. 28
Nino Salvaggio is opening a new location in late December in Bloomfield Township.
Photo courtesy of Nino Salvaggio
Nino Salvaggio International Marketplace is opening a new location on Friday, Dec. 28 in Bloomfield Township at the southwest corner of Telegraph and Maple roads.
The grocery and specialty-food-needs store joins current locations in Clinton Township, St. Clair Shores, and Troy. The new 42,000-square-foot location will feature a wide selection of fresh produce, meats, a bakery, wine and beer from around the world, floral offerings, foods to-go, kosher sections, and a café.
“Our new store is a wonderful complement to the current offerings in Bloomfield Plaza and the surrounding area and was designed to meet customer demand for our specialty products and services,” says Kirk Taylor, president of the retailer. “It represents all Nino Salvaggio has to offer, with its own unique vibe that caters to our customers’ needs in the community.”
The company was founded by the late Nino Salvaggio in St. Clair Shores in 1979. Taylor and Nino Salvaggio’s children, Leo Salvaggio and Andrea Nicolella (along with her husband, Frank Nicolella), work together to lead and operate the retailer.
“We are humbled by the warm reception from the community about the much-anticipated opening of our Bloomfield Township store,” says Frank. “We are honored to continue our company’s long-standing commitment to value and quality, excellent customer service, and community support and involvement.”
Roncelli Inc. in Sterling Heights constructed the store, and Birmingham’s Ron & Roman designed it. The new location will create 200 jobs.