Gino DeVivo, Lake in the Hills economic development coordinator, told the Daily Herald the village is in the final stages of working with a big box retailer to secure a lease for 53,000 square feet of the existing building.
If the big box retailer moved in, the building would be split between that business and the remaining 20,000 square feet would go to another retailer, according to the Daily Herald.
The village originally reached out to grocery store chains to fill the former Dominick's location but because of the close proximity of several other grocery stores, including Jewel-Osco, Meijer, Joe Caputo & Sons and Costco, no one was interested, according to the article.
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