Supermarket upgrades cost $100m

HANK SCHOUTEN
Last updated 10:47 12/12/2013

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Crofton Downs Countdown supermarket reopened today after a $24.7 million upgrade.

The Churchill Dr store was closed for refurbishment in January.

The development includes a pharmacy, cafe and hairdressing shop.

A large car park servicing the supermarket will open in the new year.

Countdown managing director Dave Chambers said the redevelopment followed the recent opening of new Countdownstores in Petone, Tawa and Newtown.

''We've invested $101 million in the last year opening new stores and refurbishing our existing stores, with more investment planned,'' he said.

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