The Steelyard Aldi to Close in July for Renovations


  • Photos by Laura Morrison
While remodeling started last month, the Steelyard Aldi store has so far remained open during the construction process. But that's all about to change July 16 when the spot closes temporarily for renovations, Aldi Hinckley Division Vice President Corey Stucker confirmed to Scene. The store is then set for a grand reopening sometime in late August.

Expect the fresh digs to look somewhat similar to the recent renovation at the Lakewood Aldi (1600 W. 117th), with its more roomy aisles and seemingly larger produce section.

During the shutdown, Cleveland Aldi shoppers may have to travel out of their way to stock up on cheap, quality groceries (or else pay more at Dave's or Giant Eagle). Other nearby Aldi locations, besides Lakewood, include 7500 Euclid Ave. and 10815 Kinsman Rd. on the east side along with spots in Lyndhurst and North Randall. There is also a location in Brooklyn.

Find out more about the German-owned Aldi (which is part of Trader Joe's umbrella) right here

Editor's Note: An earlier version of this story said the store was closing July 8 through August 26. These dates have been corrected. 

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