|Managed to take this of the old Glenmont store, one of the last in the immediate Albany area.|
This list of former Grand Union locations was on Wikipedia, but it had to be removed, so I put it here where it would be better. The end of an era.
Corinth, Warrensburg, Bolton Landing, Elizabethtown, Peru, North Creek, Au Sable Forks, Schroon Lake, Northville, Chestertown, Greenville (ex-Bryant's), Hancock, Stamford, Hoosick Falls, West Coxsackie, Tannersville and two in Saranac Lake (all small towns).
Other former GU stores:
Albany (Central Ave ACROSS from Westgate) - later was a Toys for Joy, now is a Hannaford
Albany (Central Ave IN Westgate) - A former Albany Public turned Scot's Lo Cost (Same company)- turned into GU when merged then torn down during renovations a few years back - sat in the "corner" of the plaza. Now has Price Chopper.
Albany (Central Ave just ABOVE Westgate same side) - This was a former Caldor/Price Chopper plaza - the Caldor was torn down and a MEGA SAVE store was built (identical to the one in Poughkeepsie that never opened) - this was open 6 MONTHS then closed during bankruptcy. In fact, at one point, a "Grand Opening" sign and a "Store Closing" sign were seen on the store at the same time. The whole plaza was torn down and a Home Depot is now there.
Amsterdam - now True Value Hardware
Astoria - was no longer in greater Tri-State area
Ausable Forks - became Tops in 2001; returned to Grand Union in 2006 and Tops by 2013
Ballston Spa - now Ocean State Job Lot
Beacon - Now Key Food
The Bellmores - GU was no longer on Long Island
Bolton Landing - became Tops in 2001; returned to Grand Union in 2006 and Tops once more in 2013
Brooklyn - may now be ShopRite (possibly the one off the F tube)
Burnt Hills - now Dollar General
Brunswick - closed and became a Salvation Army Family Store, now closed.
Binghamton - closed; now Auction Centre.
Cambridge - closed 2002; now Dollar General (small part vacant for lease)
Champlain - became Tops; closed in 2005; currently Ace Hardware
Chatham - now Price Chopper
Chappaqua - stayed open till 2006; now a Dagastino's
Chenango - now a Weis
Chestertown - became Tops in 2001; returned to Grand Union in 2006 and back to Tops again in 2013
Carmel - became Key Food in 2001; now NYSC (fitness chain)
Clifton Park - now a Kohls; store HQ later in town under C&S but there were no more Saratoga County stores by 2004
Clinton - TBD
Cold Spring - caught on fire in 2002; rebuilt as Foodtown
College Point - TBD; also see below
Commack - TBD; GU was no longer on Long Island by 2000s
Corinth - became Tops in 2001; returned to Grand Union in 2006 and Tops again in 2013.
Cornwall - Became Key Food in 2001
Cortland - became P&C in early '80s; now closed
Deer Park - now Stop & Shop
Delmar - now Hannaford
Dobbs Ferry - now a Stop & Shop
East Greenbush (US 4)- Torn down when Walmart expanded to super store, where part of parking lot/driveway is now.
East Greenbush (US 9 & 20) - Another former Albany Public, was Grand Union for just a short time, then Big Al's discount, later Fay's and then Eckerd before closing last year after the Rite Aid buyout (as there is a Rite Aid just across street) - now vacant.
Elizabethtown - became Tops in 2001, returned to Grand Union in 2006 and Tops in 2013
Elmira - closed in the early or mid 1980s. Was an independent hardware store for several years as of the early 2000s.
Endicott - A&P prior to becoming Grand Union in mid-1980s. Closed and vacant for 3 years. Demolished in 2001, now undeveloped land in Endicott Kmart Plaza
Endwell - closed and vacant for 2.5 years. Demolished, rebuilt as Giant Markets (now Weis)
Flushing - GU was no longer in the New York City boroughs
Forest Hills - became Met Foods, now Walgreens
Fort Edward - closed years ago, recently caught fire.
Fort Plain - Later Big M (former-stepsister chain); now a Save-a-Lot
Freeport - became a Compare Foods Supermarket and is now a CVS/pharmacy
Fultonville - Still Open
Garden City - 7th St. Location - now a Pathmark
Garden City - Roosevelt Field Shopping Centre - later Herman's Sporting Goods
Glenville - now vacant
Glenmont - now a Marshalls (old store pictured in 2004)
Gloversville - No longer a Grand Union, current status TBD
Goshen - now a CVS/pharmacy
Greenville - later Bryants Country Square, but also now a Tops
Greenwich - became Eagle Bridge Furniture in 2002; now a butcher shop? (not Greenwich Village in NYC)
Guilderland - now Price Chopper
Hamilton - later Tops, later Grand Union again; now Parrys general store (last CNY store)
Hancock - Still Open as Tops
Hicksville - Became Scatturo's, now Best Yet (one-time stepsister store to GU under C&S)
Highland - Became Hannaford
Hoosick Falls - Still Open as Tops
Hopewell Junction - recently closed
Hudson Falls - closed in 2001; remains vacant
Hudson - on Union Street, closed many years ago, has housed offices since and still does
Hyde Park - Closed in 2004; now an Amish Market
Jay - TBD
Keeseville - was Tops in 2001-03, Save-a-Lot 2004-06, and Bourgeois IGA until last year, but may become a Macs Markets or Shaws in future.
Kingsbury - demolished in 2005; now Hannaford
Kingston - There were two. One near uptown Kingston and one just outside of the city in the town of Ulster. The Ulster location is a grocery store but the uptown site is now vacant.
Lake Placid - became Tops in 2001; closed 2005
Latham - in the Latham Circle mall as an outparcel, later Gold's Gym, torn down when Lowes was built
Latham (Route 2 between Latham & Watervliet) - now houses a church
Larchmont - no longer a Grand Union by the time chain folded
Loudonville - now Price Chopper
Little Neck - now Stop & Shop
Mahopac - now a Key Food Marketplace
Malta - now Price Chopper
Massapequa - now a Pathmark
Mechanicville - No longer a Grand Union when they became defunct; more info TBD
Menands - Broadway. Originally an Albany Public Market, now the space is used as an operations center for Bank of America.
Middleburgh - TBD
Millbrook - now Foodtown?
Millerton - now Foodtown
Monroe - now a Super Stop & Shop
Monsey/Wesley Hills - became Wesley Kosher Supermarket
Mount Ivy - long gone!
Mount Kisco - became Stop & Shop; closed in 2007; now a CVS
New Hartford - formerly in New Hartford Shopping Centre; may now be a Save-A-Lot.
Niskayuna - now multi-purpose space, including medical offices
Niskayuna (Nott St.) - ShopRite now open
North Bellmore - Took over the former ShopRite, which was The Big Apple supermarket now Super Stop & Shop
North Creek - became Tops in 2001; returned to Grand Union in 2006 and Tops in 2013
Northport - became a Key Food Marketplace; now closed
Northville - now Tops
Palantine Bridge - Was no longer a Grand Union
Peru - became Tops in 2001; returned to Grand Union in 2006 and Tops again in 2013
Plainview - no longer on Long Island
Plattsburgh - now a TJ Maxx (3 other stores TBD)
Pleasantville - now a Key Food Marketplace
Pomona/Mt Ivy - became Stop & Shop
Port Henry - became Tops in 2001; now Mac's Markets
Port Jefferson Station - became Giunta's Meat Farms
Poughkeepsie (city) - closed in 1991; now Davis Furniture
Poughkeepsie (town) - constructed to become a Mega Save Grand Union in 2000, but was never finished because of the bankruptcy and never opened; it is still vacant
Queensbury - now Toys "R" Us
Ramapo - closed a generation ago
Remsen - TBD
Rhinebeck - original store vacant, Stop & Shop built next door
Rouses Point - closed in 2000; became Save-A-Lot in 2002; currently a Dollar General
Saranac Lake - there were two Grand Unions operating. Both became Tops in 2001, then returned to Grand Union in 2006 and back to Tops in 2013.
Saratoga Springs (Congress Ave.) - became Off Broadway Theatre & Grill; now an Embassy Suites
Saratoga Springs (West Ave.) - now an Empire State College outreach centre
Saugerties- closed a couple years ago, now vacant
Sayville - now Stop and Shop
Schenectady (State St.) - now Aldi. Other Schenectady County stores TBD.
Schodack - Built as Grand Union in 1977, closed during last bankruptcy and remained vacant, opened as Tractor Supply in 2007.
Schroon Lake - became Tops in 2001; returned to Grand Union in 2006 and full circle to Tops in 2013.
Scotia - No longer a Grand Union
Sidney - became Tops in 2001; now a Price Chopper
South Glens Falls - now Hannaford
Spring Valley/Hillcrest - now Bravo Food
Smithtown - now a Waldbaums
Stamford - now Tops
Stony Point - ("old Grand Union") became CVS/pharmacy (stores were open simultaneously; 1st Stony Point store retained '60s façade)
Stony Point - ("new Grand Union") became Stop & Shop which is now closed. (this store was remodelled to red dot format)
Suffern - ShopRite?
Syracuse area - left by early '80s; perhaps earlier or later (may need more research); included Shop City and Northern Lights
Tallman - opened as a King Kullen, became Grand Union, now vacant
Tannersville - now Tops
Tarrytown - now a Walgreens
Ticonderoga - became Tops in 2001; closed 2005
Troy - no longer had a Grand Union a decade ago. Hoosick Falls was last Renssalaer County store.
Utica - left in the '60s, now a Price Chopper
Vail Mills - now Adirondack Wildlife Museum
Valatie - closed in 2007; now an Ocean State Job Lot
Vestal (Four Corners) - Was the IBM Endicott IDEAS Department before the building was split in half, with IDEAS keeping one side
and the other becoming a Grand Union in 1978. Grand Union closed in 2001, was first vacant, now Big Lots
Vestal (Vestal Plaza) - Opened in 1959. Turned into a dollar store decades later, demolished, now private student housing for Binghamton University
Warrensburg - became Tops in 2001; returned to Grand Union in 2006 and Tops in 2013
Waterford - No longer had a Grand Union. Also had a warehouse.
West Babylon - became Foodtown; now is a ShopRite
West Islip - no longer on Long Island
West Nyack - became Stop & Shop
Whitehall - became Tops in 2001, then closed; now Dollar General
West Coxsackie - now Tops
West Hempstead - now a Pathmark
In October 2005, C&S's Grand Union Family Market division announced it would acquire 12 Tops Markets supermarkets in the Adirondack
region of New York state. Ironically, these were Grand Union stores before Tops acquired them from C&S in 2001. Many of them became Tops again in 2013 (see above).
Asbury Park - No longer a Grand Union and had left the Garden State by 2004.
Belleville - Later a Foodtown; and then A&P; now their sister store Food Basics USA
Berkeley Heights - now a Stop & Shop
Bridgewater - now a Barnes and Noble
Butler - now a Stop & Shop
Carlstadt - Last "Mega GU" prototype superstore opened right before liquidation; now Super Stop & Shop
Clifton (Broad Street) - now a Stop & Shop
Clifton (Styretowne Centre) - later a C-Town, now a CVS/pharmacy
Clifton (Lexington Ave) - now Rite Aid
Closter - became a Stop & Shop, now a Whole Foods
Denville - became a Key Food; now a Walgreens
Elmwood Park - store, vacant office tower, and adjacent Walgreens demolished after store closed, new Walgreens built on site
Fair Lawn - later Eckerd, now a Rite Aid
Flemington - now a remodelled strip mall
Fort Lee - now a Pathmark
Glen Rock - no longer a Grand Union
Hackensack - now a Stop & Shop
Hardwick - unknown
Hawthorne - was no longer a Grand Union
Hazlet - formerly located in the Airport Plaza
Lake Hiawatha - now a Foodtown
Landing - now a Pathmark
Livingston - Now Pathmark
Madison - Now Super Stop & Shop
Manalapan - now a Best Buy
Matawan - Currently a Bed, Bath & Beyond
Middletown - now a Stop & Shop
Midland Park - no longer a Grand Union
Montvale - now "The Gym"
Northland - TBD
Oakland - now a Staples and Zeytinia
North Brunswick - now an A&P
Paramus - now a Stop & Shop
Point Pleasant - now a Super Stop & Shop
Ramsey - now a Kohl's
Ridgewood - now a Super Stop & Shop
Ringwood - now a Stop & Shop
Rocky Hill - Grand Union is longer here or anywhere in the Garden State
South Brunswick - now a Stop & Shop
Sparta - now a Stop & Shop
Teaneck - now a CVS/pharmacy
Tenafly - now a Stop & Shop
Toms River - became a 99cent SuperStore, now a Stop & Shop
Union City - TBD
Waldwick - now a Stop & Shop
Wayne - no longer had a Grand Union
Westwood - now a TJ Maxx
West Orange - It became a CVS/pharmacy. However, the original building which housed Grand Union burned to the ground and was replaced with a new modern strip mall complex.
Wyckoff - now a Stop & Shop
Barre - closed and divided into 2 stores (Lenny's Shoes and Rite Aid Pharmacy)
Bennington - now Tractor Supply Company
Brandon - now Hannaford Supermarket
Bristol - now Shaws
Colchester - later P&C Foods, TBD now
Enosburg Falls - now Hannaford
Essex Center - now Price Chopper
Essex Junction - demolished; now a Lowe's Home Improvement Store
Fair Haven - now Shaws
Hardwick - now Tops
Johnson - closed in 2011 due to flooding but will be replaced by an indie
Ludlow - now Shaws
Manchester Center - now Shaws
Middlebury - now Shaws
Milton - now Hannaford
Montpelier - now Shaws
Newport - now Vista Foods
North Burlington - demolished 2001; re-built as Hannaford
Northfield - now Tops
Poultney - now Shaws
Randolph - now Shaws
- US 7 N and US 4 E- now Tops
- US 7 S - was P&C, closed in 2004; large strip mall including Hannaford re-built on the site
St Albans - closed
- Williston Road - Store closed in September 2008; replaced by Price Chopper Supermarket
- Shelburne Road - closed in 2002, replaced by Shaw's; Shaw's re-built in 2004
Springfield - now Peebles
Stowe - now Shaws
Swanton - now Hannaford Supermarket
White River Junction - later P&C; may now be a health food store
Wilmington - now Shaws
Windsor - now a Price Chopper
Woodstock - became P&C, then Mac's Markets
Darien - Now Shaws
Fairfield - Closed in 1995; Converted to Bob's Stores
Glenville - no longer had Grand Union in CT. Stop & Shop?
Greenwich - Two in Greenwich both closed in 2001; Now Stop & Shop
Hamden - Later became Child World, Gelco, Hometown Buffet, now East Buffet (Hamden Plaza).
Monroe - Closed in 1995; Converted to Priced Right Discount Store; Then a location for Tutor Time Day Care; Now empty (Big Y?)
New Fairfield - Now Shaws
Norwalk - Now a Marshalls Store
New Canaan - Building demolished. Now retail stores
Newtown - Now Caraluzzi's
Ridgefield - Now CVS
Southbury - Now Shaws
Southbury - In Southbury Plaza; now Super Stop & Shop
Stamford - Now Grade A Market (Tri-State area)
Storrs - closed but might become Price Chopper if not somewhere else in town (it's a small town)
Stratford - vacant store became an addition to the adjacent Burlington Coat Factory
Trumbull - Closed in 1995; Converted to a Porricelli's Food Mart
Waterbury - Co-Located with GrandWay Dept. Store. (in Colonial Plaza). Now TBD.
West Haven - Co-Located with GrandWay Dept. Store. Now Railroad Salvage/ShopRite.
Westport - Converted to Shaws
Windsor - Now Geissler's
Miami (3) - Left in early '80s
Coral Gables (near Miami) - Later Winn-Dixie and OfficeMax
Pompano Beach - left decades ago as well
Toronto area - Now Metro
Other states and the Caribbean US Territories
Pennsylvania (Milford store about to be Key Food. Was also in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area)
US Virgin Islands
Other towns to be determined. Subject to change. Feedback appreciated.