Grocery Stores in Franklin, Wisconsin

An accessible grocery store is just as important as a quality one. A grocer close to where you work and reside makes it exponentially easier to maintain a healthy physical and financial lifestyle.
Check out these grocery stores in Franklin, Wisconsin, down the road from our apartment community.

Pick n Save

Barney Kroger bet his life savings ($372) on a standalone grocery store at 66 Pearl Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1883. 140 years later, the Kroger Company has almost 2,800 stores throughout 35 states, known by 28 different names.
“As America’s grocer,” Kroger believes, “everyone deserves to have access to fresh, affordable and delicious food, no matter who you are, how you shop or what you like to eat.”

7201 S 76th St, Franklin, WI 53132
6 AM – 10 PM, daily

Sendik’s Food Market

The Balistreri family relocated to Milwaukee from Sant’Elia, Sicily, in 1926. They made their living selling fruits and vegetables from a horse-drawn wagon before opening markets on Oakland and Downer avenues.
Tom Balistreri, grandfather endearingly known as “Mr. B,” opened a third location in the center of Whitefish Bay on the corner of Silver Spring and Lake drives. Sendik’s “became known for honesty and integrity in treating customers and suppliers with courtesy and respect.”

5200 W Rawson Ave, Franklin, WI 53132
7 AM – 9 PM, daily

Target Grocery

Target’s purpose is “to help all families discover the joy of everyday life.” The 400,000+ employees around the world work towards this goal every day.
Target is happy to announce a location in all 50 United States upon opening the first Vermont store in 2018. Almost half of Target’s stores are overseen “by a female leader and more than a third are managed by a leader of color.”

7800 S Lovers Lane Rd, Franklin, WI 53132
8 AM – 10 PM, daily

Festival Foods

The first Festival Foods opened in Onalaska, Wisconsin, in 1991. Dave Skogen (former owner and CEO) received the Grocer of the Year award from the Wisconsin Grocers Association in 2005.
Mark Skogen, son of Dave, took over CEO operations in 2006 and received Grocer of the Year in 2014. Festival Foods declared they would add “two more locations in the Milwaukee area” in 2021.

5600 S 108th St, Hales Corners, WI 53130
6 AM – 11 PM, daily

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About Parkwood Lake

Find your home at Parkwood Lake Apartments in Franklin, WI. 7 buildings set over 15.5 sprawlings acres of beautiful land. Our community is perfectly located for those looking to live outside of the hustle and bustle of the city while maintaining an easy commute to and from work or school. Parkwood Lake Apartments are perfect for those looking for a cozy apartment home in a nice neighborhood with easy access to Interstate 41.

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