NASSAU, BAHAMAS — AML Fowods Limited has announced that it has purchased 4.23 acres of property between Faith Avenue and Milo Butler Highway with plans to build a new shopping center that will include a Solomon’s grocery store as the anchor tenant.
Gavin Watchorn, CEO & President at AML said the acquisition represents part of the company’s strategic growth plan, which involves entering and servicing new markets.
“The proposed development is also similar to the plans that we have for the Charles Saunders Highway property that we purchased,” Watchorn said.
The new Solomon’s Carmichael grocery store format will be similar to the company’s Yamacraw location in eastern New Providence and their Downtown Freeport store in Grand Bahama. The development of the property will be the next major project for AML after the relocation of Cost Right Nassau and the complete renovation of Solomon’s Nassau on the East-West Highway.
Watchorn added that the new store will create approximately 65-75 new jobs.