The new Greendale Walmart is days away from welcoming its first customers.
Wednesday will be the first day of shopping at the new store, and customers will find what the store manager described as a "smaller, supercenter format."
At 90,000 square feet, it comes inbetween the 154,000-square-foot Greenfield Supercenter on Highway 100 and the 40,000-square-foot West Allis Neighborhood Market, said store manager Jason Steffen.
The Walmart will carry groceries—though not as many as Greendale residents and officials may have been expecting. Patch asked readers to weigh in on where they plan to shop for groceries: Walmart, Pick n Save or Sendik's.
The traditional grocery-only stores were more popular choices, but there are some who plan to shop there and who are glad the store is opening up in the village.
What do you think?