West Dayton lost Aldi. But a new chain could move in.

West Dayton lost Aldi. But a new chain could move in.

West Dayton lost Aldis. But a new chain could move in.

The city of Dayton is reviewing a building permit request to remodel a roughly 15,250-square-foot space in the Westown Shopping Center for use as a Save-A-Lot.

The “budget-friendly” chain has several stores in Dayton, including one in the Wesleyan Hill area in northwest Dayton.

— The Aldi in West Dayton that closed in April could be replaced by another discount grocery store.

The city of Dayton is reviewing a building permit request to remodel a roughly 15,250-square-foot space in the Westown Shopping Center for use as a Save-A-Lot.

The “budget-friendly” chain has several stores in Dayton, including one in the Wesleyan Hill area in northwest Dayton.


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