Albertsons Florida Store List & Info

Here's a list of all the Albertsons stores in Florida and Alabama that I've found, including planned/unbuilt stores. Also included is a short histories of each of the stores. I have it arranged by store number. For more information on Albertsons Florida store numbering, please see the Useful Information tab at the top of the page. To locate a store by city or county, use the search box located below the comments section of this page or use the page search feature built into your computer (which is Ctrl+F for Windows users and Command+F for Mac users). 

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A directory of bonus store posts that have appeared on the blog follows the Albertsons list.

Albertsons Florida Store List:

Store #Store Name AddressShopping CenterCityStZip CodeCountyStore Info/History
3304ALBERTSONS503 E. Altamonte DrivePALM SPRINGS CENTERAltamonte SpringsFL32701SeminoleNew store number as of 2015 for store #4304. See store #4304 for the full history of this store, which is one of the final thee Albertsons stores left in Florida. This store will convert to the Safeway name on May 25, 2016.
4301ALBERTSONS2170 GULF TO BAY BLVDClearwaterFL33765PinellasFirst Albertsons to open in Florida on October 9, 1974 under the name Skaggs-Albertsons. Skaggs and Albertsons partnered up in 1970 to build superstores across the SE USA, beginning in Texas. This partnership fell apart in 1978, but the stores continued to operate under the Albertsons name. Closed May 30, 2015 after being in business for over 40 years and lasting three years as one of the final four Albertsons stores remaining in Florida.
4302ALBERTSONS3700 4th St NSt. PetersburgFL33704PinellasOpened December 7, 1974. Remodeled and expanded in 1998. One of 49 Stores sold to Publix in 2008. Publix closed this store on December 28, 2013 to tear it down and build a new Publix store at the location, which is set to open in late 2014.
4303ALBERTSONS483 N. Semoran BoulevardALBERTSONS PLAZAWinter ParkFL32792OrangeOpened late 1974. Relocated to store #4423 in University Park Plaza (3/4 mi south) in 1994. Building sat vacant until 2005 when the Albertsons and adjacent plaza was converted into The Medical Village at Winter Park.
4304ALBERTSONS503 E. Altamonte DrivePALM SPRINGS CENTERAltamonte SpringsFL32701SeminoleOpened 1974. Was renumbered to store #3304 after the Albertsons/Safeway merger in 2015. Was one of the last 3 Albertsons stores still operating in Florida before converting to Safeway on May 25, 2016.
4305ALBERTSONS2875 University Boulevard WJacksonvilleFL32217DuvalOpened in 1975. One of seven stores sold to Rob Rowe (a former Albertsons executive) when Albertsons pulled out of the Jacksonville area in 2005.This was one of the three stores Rowe sold to Publix in 2007.  Store 4305 was torn down in 2009 for a new Publix, which relocated from an older store across the street.
4306ALBERTSONS3620 1st Street W.CROSSROADS PLAZABradentonFL34208ManateeOpened 1975. Closed approx. 1998. Sat vacant until 2003, when the Shoppers Bazaar Mall, a part of a small flea market chain, moved in. They filed for bankruptcy in 2005 and closed shortly after. Sat vacant again until 2009, when the building was subdivided into a Family Dollar, West Marine, and Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet.
4307ALBERTSONS7117 Merrill RoadDAMES POINTE PLAZAJacksonvilleFL32277DuvalOpened 1975. One of seven stores sold to Rob Rowe when Albertsons pulled out of the Jacksonville area in 2005. One of 4 stores Rowe sold to Publix in 2007.
4308ALBERTSONS2770 W Bay DrBelleair BluffsFL33770PinellasOriginally planned to open in 1975, but construction was halted in March 1975 after a local drugstore owner tried to block construction of the store by saying the construction of the new Albertsons violated local zoning laws and would decrease business to his store. The man behind this did literally everything he could to keep this store from ever opening by appealing appeals and going all the way to the federal government to stop construction. After two years of bickering, legal battles and appeals, Albertsons was finally allowed to resume construction in May 1977. Then another lawsuit was filed to stop the construction of this store by the owners of the neighboring property later in 1977, saying the new store would attract too many outsiders and increase traffic. Construction was halted again in late 1977, but this case was dropped soon after and construction resumed again. This store finally opened in 1978. Was one of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4309ALBERTSONS5055 N 9th AvenueALBERTSONS PLAZAPensacolaFL32504EscambiaOpened 1975. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4310ALBERTSONS5524 W Colonial DriveMANDARIN PLAZAOrlandoFL32808OrangeOpened 1975. Closed early 2005 to be one of 11 Florida Albertsons stores converted into Albertsons' new discount format Super Saver (Store #1525). This closed as Super Saver in 2006, when they pulled out of Florida. Store 4310 was later subdivided into an Aldi and DD's Discounts in 2008.
4311ALBERTSONS3030 54th Avenue SSEVILLE SQUARESt. PetersburgFL33712PinellasOpened 1976. Remodeled twice in 1988 and 2000. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4312ALBERTSONS3900 66th Street NSt. PetersburgFL33709PinellasOpened 1976. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4313ALBERTSONS4515 S. Cleveland AvenueCLOCK TOWER SQUAREFort MyersFL33907LeeOpened 1976. Closed 2005. Renovated and subdivided in 2006 into Clock Tower Square, a shopping center anchored by La-Z-Boy Furniture and other small stores.
4314ALBERTSONS2323 NW 13th StreetALBERTSONS PLAZAGainesvilleFL32609AlachuaOpened 1976. Closed October 8, 2011. Subdivided into a Big Lots that moved from Northside Shopping Center on Main Street in June 2013. The other half is currently vacant.
4315ALBERTSONS1925 N. Monroe StreetTallahasseeFL32303LeonOpened 1977. Renovated late 90's/early 2000's. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008, but Publix never moved in to this one because they already had a recently built store a quarter mile to the south. After sitting empty for nearly 7 years, this building this building was subdivided into a Planet Fitness, SkyZone Trampoline Park, and Nagoya Steakhouse & Sushi Restaurant in early 2015.
4316(1)ALBERTSONS2999 NW 56th AvenueLauderhillFL33313BrowardOpened 1977 as the first of 2 store #4316s. Closed January 28, 1992. Sat vacant until the late 1990's, when a pastor tried to buy the building to make it a church. The city of Lauderhill didn't want to go for this at first because they wanted another store to take over the building, but the city then decided to let the US Postal Service have part of the building in 1998. Because of this deal, the city decided to give the rest of the building either to the church that originally wanted the building or Nova Southeastern University. The church won. Subdivided into Living Word Community Church and a US Postal Service Carrier Annex in 1998.
4316(2)ALBERTSONS870 Village Oak LaneCOLONIAL TOWNPARKLake Mary (Heathrow)FL32746SeminoleThis store is the second of 2 store #4316s, and a violation to Albertsons store numbering rule in Florida. Opened May 12, 2004 as the second to last new Albertsons to be built in Florida. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4317ALBERTSONS258 Azalea RoadMobileAL36609MobileFirst Albertsons to open in Alabama approx. 1977 (the Alabama stores were considered a part of the Florida division). Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. Brunos closed here in the mid 2000's. Around 2010, the store was subdivided into a Dollar Tree and Haverty's Furniture.
4318ALBERTSONS8701 W Hillsborough AveTown 'n' CountryFL33615HillsboroughThis store opened on May 18,1977, and was one of the 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Publix would reopen this store in 2010 after some remodeling.
4319ALBERTSONS950 East Commercial BoulevardOakland ParkFL33334BrowardOpened 1978. Was one of the last 3 Albertsons stores still operating in Florida before converting to Safeway on May 25, 2016.
4320ALBERTSONS7880 113th St NSeminoleFL33772PinellasOpened 1978. One of 49 Stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4321ALBERTSONS1401 E. Fowler AvenueTampaFL33612HillsboroughOpened January 25, 1978. Store #4321 was Florida's first Albertsons to close outright, closing in early 1989. Following Albertsons' closure, the building was subdivided into a Circuit City and WORKplace office store in late 1989. WORKplace became a Staples in 1993, and both Staples and Circuit City relocated to new stores in New Tampa in 2001. Following the departure of those two stores, the majority of the building was divided into a charter school in 2005, with a beauty store and small meat market taking over a corner of the building alongside the school around 2013.
4322ALBERTSONS3625 S. Florida AvenueMERCHANTS WALK CENTERLakelandFL33813PolkOpened April 1978. Store destroyed by a large suspicious fire that started in a storeroom where highly flammable drugs and cosmetics were stored in August 1978. Rebuilt at same site and reopened in August 1979. Closed in August 1993. Subdivided in 1994 into Golds Gym, Ben Franklin Crafts, and Books-a-Million. Books-a-Million and Ben Franklin have closed over the years, and the building currently houses Deal$ (old BAM) and True MD (old Ben Franklin) and Golds Gym.
4323ALBERTSONS2801 S Orange AvenueTHE MARKET AT SOUTHSIDEOrlandoFL32806OrangeOpened 1978. Closed early 2009. Coexisted with a Publix in the same shopping center for many years. Store demolished in 2012 for a Walmart Neighborhood Market, which opened in early 2013.
4324ALBERTSONS1640 US Highway 19HolidayFL34691PascoOpened May 1978. Closed 1991. Became a Winn-Dixie not long after, which moved from the Holiday Mall, about 1.75 miles away.
4325ALBERTSONS5435 Blanding BoulevardJacksonvilleFL32244DuvalOpened 1978. Remodeled early 2000's. Sold off to Rob Rowe in 2005 with the rest of the Jacksonville area stores. This is the only Albertsons store sold to Rob Rowe still operating as a Rowe's IGA Market.
4326ALBERTSONS8411 Dale Mabry HighwayTampaFL33614HillsboroughOpened 1978. Closed October 8, 2011. Became Citylife Church in Summer 2012.
4327ALBERTSONS1181 S University DriveCANAL PLAZAPlantationFL33324BrowardOpened 1978. One of 49 Stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4328ALBERTSONS4481 Lake Worth RoadLake WorthFL33461Palm BeachOpened 1978. Closed on October 22, 2009. Became Presidente Supermarket (a Hispanic oriented supermarket) in late 2009. Currently El Bodegon Supermarket.
4329ALBERTSONS4525 Mobile HighwayPensacolaFL32506EscambiaOpened 1978. Closed March 11, 2003 and replaced by store #4496 on March 12, 2003, located approx. 2.25 mi. north. This store sat vacant until 2006 when it was torn down for a new Home Depot.
4330ALBERTSONS5940 Beach BlvdJacksonvilleFL32207DuvalOpened 1979. Sold to Rob Rowe in 2005 with the rest of the Jacksonville area stores. Was one of the last 2 Rowe's IGA Markets operating until May 2008, when it closed. Became Virginia College in Late 2008.
4331ALBERTSONS900 South Babcock StreetMelbourneFL32901BrevardOpened March 7, 1979. Closed around 1993. Currently Keiser University.
4332ALBERTSONS2201 N. University DriveCoral SpringsFL33065BrowardOpened 1979. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4333ALBERTSONS2381 W. State Road 434SPRINGS PLAZA SHOPPING CENTERLongwoodFL32779SeminoleOpened 1979. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Torn down in 2013 for a new Publix store after Publix had already been operating in this building since 2008.
4334ALBERTSONS610 E Brandon BlvdBrandon FL33511HillsboroughOpened 1979. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1526), which closed in 2006. Left half of store became an Aldi in 2008, the right half remains vacant.
4335ALBERTSONS5545 N. University DriveUNIVERSAL PLAZALauderhillFL33351BrowardOpened 1979. Closed 1990. Sat vacant for 4 years until it became a KidSource children's store in May 1994. They closed all 3 of their stores in 1996. Entire shopping center torn down in 2000 for South Florida's first Super Target Store, which opened in 2001.
4336ALBERTSONS5544 Atlanta HighwayATLANTA CROSSING SHOPPING CENTERMontgomeryAL36117MontgomeryOpened 1980. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. The Bruno's has also closed as of the 2000's. Currently vacant.
4337ALBERTSONS2001 McFarland BoulevardTuscaloosaAL35404TuscaloosaOpened Summer 1980 to coincide with the opening of the adjacent University Mall. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. The Bruno's was rebranded as Belle Foods in 2012, and closed late 2013 in Belle Foods' bankruptcy. The building has since been converted into a bowling alley.
4338ALBERTSONS3825 East Bay DriveEAST BAY PLAZALargoFL33771PinellasOpened early 1980. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4339ALBERTSONS3090 Ross Clark CircleCOLONY SQUARE/
DothanAL36301HoustonOpened 1980. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. Bruno's closed in the late 2000's and became Southern Family Market, which has also closed. The building has since been converted into a Burke's Outlet.
4340ALBERTSONS10340 US Highway 19Port RicheyFL34668PascoOpened June 1980. Closed in 1990 and became a Service Merchandise not long after, which closed with the rest of the chain in 2002. After many years of abandonment, the building was converted into a U-Haul Storage and Rental center in the late 2010's.
4341ALBERTSONS2281 SE Federal HighwaySTUART CENTREStuartFL34994MartinOpened 1980. Moved to a larger store (#4382, a former Kroger Florida Choice location) across the street in Regency Square in 1988. Became Shoppers World, a flea market, shortly after. Shoppers World later closed and the store became a Scotty's Hardware in 1994 and remained there until their closure in 2005. Building torn down in 2006 and replaced with multiple small stores as an extension of the shopping center.
4342ALBERTSONS1400 E. Hallandale Beach BoulevardHALLANDALE PLACEHallandale BeachFL33009BrowardOpened 1979. Closed Summer 1990. Publix moved into the site on April 27, 1992 as the only supermarket in the area, moving from an older store in the neighboring shopping center, Hallandale Shopping Center.
4343ALBERTSONS2010 Apalachee ParkwayTallahasseeFL32301LeonOpened 1981. Closed approx. 2005. Torn down in 2007 for a new Kohl's, which opened on November 11, 2007.
4344ALBERTSONS26583 US 19COUNTRYSIDE CENTREClearwaterFL33761PinellasOpened 1981. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Publix chose not to open a store here, and this store remained vacant until 2011, when it was converted into a Dick's Sporting Goods.
4345ALBERTSONS1901 N Military TrailPINE TRAIL SQUAREWest Palm BeachFL33409Palm BeachOpened 1981. Closed February 26, 2009. Two-Thirds of the store became an hhgregg in 2011, with the other third currently vacant.
4346ALBERTSONS1590 US Highway 41 BypVENICE MARKETPLACEVeniceFL34293SarasotaOpened Summer 1981. Closed June 9, 2012. Currently vacant.
4347ALBERTSONS5660 Curry Ford RoadOrlandoFL32822OrangeOpened 1981. One of 3 Orlando area stores purchased by Sedano's, a Miami based Hispanic oriented grocery store chain, in late 2009. Converted to the Sedano's name in early 2010.
4348ALBERTSONS1918 Memorial Parkway NWHuntsvilleAL35804MadisonOpened around 1982. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. Bruno's later converted this store into one of their Food World stores. Food World closed sometime around 2000, and the building sat vacant until 2010, when it was turned into the Disturbia Haunted Attraction, a seasonal haunted house that only operates around Halloween every year.
4349ALBERTSONS4701 Park BoulevardPinellas ParkFL33781PinellasOpened 1982. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4350ALBERTSONS2020 E. South BoulevardMontgomeryAL36116MontgomeryOpened 1982. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. Bruno's later converted this store into its Food World format. Food World closed in 2009 when Bruno's pulled out of the Montgomery market. Currently vacant.
4351ALBERTSONS5000 Coconut Creek ParkwayCROSSROADS SOUTH SHOPPING CENTERMargateFL33063BrowardOpened 1983. Closed May 3, 1990. Sat vacant until the mid-2000s when the building was subdivided into multiple stores, including Dollar General and Pump It Up Party Center.
4352ALBERTSONS9020 Bailey Cove Road SEHuntsvilleAL35802MadisonOpened 1983 as the last new Albertsons store in Alabama. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. The Bruno's closed and later became a Southern Family Markets, and as of November 2010, a Star Super Market.
4353ALBERTSONS200 South US Highway 17-92LONGWOOD LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLongwoodFL32750SeminoleOpened 1982. Closed June 9, 2012. Currently vacant.
4354ALBERTSONS7415 Manatee Avenue W.MANATEE WEST SHOPPING CENTERBradentonFL34209ManateeOpened 1982. Closed June 9, 2012. Currently vacant.
4355ALBERTSONS2329 Highway 77 (MLK Jr. Blvd.)ALBERTSONS PLAZAPanama CityFL32405BayOpened 1983. Closed November 2006. Right half of store became a DD's Discount in mid-2007, but closed in December 2008. Building currently vacant.
4356ALBERTSONS3803 S. Nova RoadPARK PLACE PLAZAPort OrangeFL32129VolusiaOpened 1983. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1527), which closed in 2006. Divided into a Ross Dress for Less and Walgreens in October 2007.
4357ALBERTSONS1750 US Highway 1Vero BeachFL32960Indian RiverOpened 1984. Closed June 9, 2012. Plans call for a new Walmart Neighborhood Market to open here in either late 2016 or early 2017.
4358ALBERTSONS3701 W. Hillsboro Blvd.DEERFIELD HILLS PLAZADeerfield BeachFL33442BrowardOpened 1984. Closed August 30, 2008. Divided into a Ross Dress for Less and Michael's Arts and Crafts in 2009.
4359ALBERTSONS2400 E. Semoran Blvd.PIEDMONT PLAZAApopka FL32703OrangeOpened Fall 1985. Closed June 9, 2012. Became a Hobby Lobby on April 11, 2014.
4360ALBERTSONS8030 Pines BoulevardUNIVERSITY MARKETPLACEPembroke Pines FL33025BrowardOpened 1985. Closed February 2010. Became a Western Beef Supermarket (a warehouse style supermarket from the New York City area) on July 17, 2011.
4361ALBERTSONS13031 Walsingham RoadWALSINGHAM COMMONSLargoFL33774PinellasOpened 1986. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Publix closed this store in October 2016 so it could be torn down and rebuilt as a modern Publix store, the new store opening in August 2017.
4362ALBERTSONS10105 S US Highway 1TOWNE CENTREPort St. LucieFL34952St. LucieOpened 1986. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1528), which closed in 2006. Later subdivided into DD's Discounts and Bravo Supermarket. Bravo closed approx. 1 year after opening and is now a Save-A-Lot.
4363ALBERTSONS3765 Lake Emma RoadLAKE MARY CENTRELake MaryFL32746SeminoleOpened May 1987. Closed June 9, 2012. Subdivided in late 2013 into a Fresh Market and Ross Dress for Less.
4364ALBERTSONS3950 Northlake BoulevardNORTHLAKE COMMONSLake ParkFL33403Palm BeachOpened 1987. Closed 2001 to move 1/2 mile west to store #4454. Store #4364 sat vacant until 2003 when it was subdivided into a Ross Dress For Less and Off Main Furniture. Off Main closed in 2008 and became a CompUSA in 2009. CompUSA rebranded to TigerDirect in 2012, and closed in 2015. Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts took over the former CompUSA space in April 2016.
4365ALBERTSONS95 US Highway 1JUPITER SQUAREJupiterFL33477Palm BeachOpened 1987. Closed Summer 1990. Became a Publix later in 1990. Albertsons later returned to Jupiter with store #4446 in 1997, 1/2 mile to the west of this store.
4366ALBERTSONS35439 US Highway 19 NRIVIERE PLAZAPalm HarborFL34684PinellasOpened August 2, 1989. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4367ALBERTSONS200 State Road 312RIVERSIDE CENTRESt. AugustineFL32086St. JohnsOpened 1988. Sold to Rob Rowe in 2005 with the rest of the Jacksonville area stores (St. Augustine was included as a part of that deal). Rowe closed this store in 2007 and leased it to Hobby Lobby.
4368ALBERTSONS961 East Eau Gallie BoulevardOCEAN SPRINGS SHOPPING CENTERIndian Harbor BeachFL32937BrevardOpened 1988. Closed 1998. Became a Winn-Dixie in August 1999, which relocated from Indian Harbor Place Shopping Center at the NE corner of Eau Gallie and Patrick Drive.
4369ALBERTSONS10500 San Jose Blvd # 36 COURTYARD SHOPPING CENTERJacksonvilleFL32257DuvalOpened 1988. Sold to Rob Rowe in 2005 with the rest of the Jacksonville area stores. Rowe didn't even try to bother opening a store here and immediately sold this location to Publix in 2005, who relocated from an older store across the street.
4370ALBERTSONS814 N. Nova RoadHOLLY HILL PLAZADaytona BeachFL32117VolusiaOpened 1988 as part of a redevelopment project for the Holly Hill Plaza. The Albertsons building was built on the site of the plaza's former Pantry Pride store. Albertsons closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1529), which closed in 2006. The building was subdivided shortly after in 2007 for a dd's Discounts, with Aldi filling the remainder of the building in 2008. The dd's store has since closed, and remains empty as of early 2020.
4371ALBERTSONS20409 State Road 7MISSION BAY PLAZABoca RatonFL33434Palm BeachOpened November 1988. Closed February 2010. Subdivided into Golfsmith Golf Store and The Fresh Market in early 2011. Golfsmith closed in the late 2010's and has since been replaced with a Five Below and Tuesday Morning.
4372ALBERTSONS4840 S Tamiami TrailTHE LANDINGSSarasotaFL34231SarasotaOpened 1988. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4373ALBERTSONS16880 (New) US Highway 441TRI-CITIES SHOPPING PLAZAMount DoraFL32757LakeOpened 1988. Closed October 2011. Became a Hobby Lobby in August 2013.
4374ALBERTSONS3838 Britton PlazaBRITTON PLAZATampaFL33611HillsboroughOpened 1989 on the site of a small old Publix store in Tampa's iconic Britton Plaza, famous for its large arch sign. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008, ironically bringing Publix back to the same spot in Britton Plaza 20 years after closing their original store in the same spot. Publix closed this store on March 14, 2015 in order to tear down the old Albertsons building and replace this store with a smaller building built to Publix's standards. The new store opened on December 10, 2015.
4375ALBERTSONS9919 W Oakland Park BoulevardSunriseFL33351BrowardOpened March 9, 1994 after construction was delayed due to concerns about the new supermarket from the daycare center next door. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1530), which closed in 2006. Became 24 Hour Fitness in 2008, and Crunch Fitness in late 2023/early 2024.
4376ALBERTSONS1425 Tuskawilla Rd., Unit 111PROMENADE AT TUSKAWILLAWinter SpringsFL32708SeminoleOpened 1989. Closed June 9, 2012. Became a Hobby Lobby in October 2013.
4377ALBERTSONS1965 8th Street NWSPRING LAKE PLAZAWinter HavenFL33881PolkOpened 1988. Closed August 30, 2008. Became the new location of CenterState Bank's Operations Center in early 2015.
4378ALBERTSONS950 Blanding BoulevardTHE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTEROrange ParkFL32065ClayOpened 1989. One of seven stores sold to Rob Rowe when Albertsons pulled out of the Jacksonville area in 2005. One of 4 stores Rowe sold to Publix in 2007.
4379ALBERTSONS4300 Clarcona Ocoee Rd # 200CLARCONA CROSSINGSOrlandoFL32810OrangeOpened 1990. Closed August 30, 2008. Became River of Life Christian Center of Orlando around 2012.
4380ALBERTSONS5371 Ehrlich RoadCARROLLWOOD SQUARETampaFL33625HillsboroughOpened Summer 1997 after construction was delayed for many years (since approx. 1989) due to land acquisition and zoning issues. Closed 2006. Became a Publix in November 2007.
4381ALBERTSONS7100 N University DriveFAMILY MART SHOPPING CENTERTamaracFL33321BrowardOpened approx. 1989 in a former Family Mart (southern supermarket chain created and operated by A&P, and based out of Clearwater, FL). This Family Mart closed sometime around 1988. This Albertsons closed on July 30, 2006. Currently subdivided between DD's Discounts and Aldi.
4382ALBERTSONS2508 SE Federal Highway (US 1)REGENCY SQUAREStuartFL34994MartinOpened 1988, taking over an either very short lived or unfinished Kroger Florida Choice store. Moved from store #4341 across the street at Stuart Centre. Closed November 6, 1997. Currently subdivided between Stein Mart and West Marine.
4383ALBERTSONS4801 Linton BoulevardDELRAY TOWN CENTERDelray BeachFL33445Palm BeachOpened April 19, 1991. Closed February 2010. Left half of store became an Aldi in August 2011 and the right half of the store became a Big Lots in August 2013.
4384ALBERTSONS8888 Lantana RoadSHOPPES OF SHERBROOKELake WorthFL33467Palm BeachThis store is a violation to Albertson's store numbering rule. Opened June 9, 2004 as the last new Albertsons store to ever be built in Florida. Closed August 2006 after only 2 years in business. Became an LA Fitness in Fall 2009.
4385ALBERTSONS610 Eglin Pkwy NEFort Walton BeachFL32547OkaloosaOpened 1990. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4387ALBERTSONS7524 Dr. Phillips BlvdTHE MARKETPLACE AT DR. PHILLIPSOrlandoFL32819OrangeOpened 1993. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008, but Publix did not open a store here until 2013. Coexisted until 2000 with a Gooding's Supermarket (later sold and converted to Winn-Dixie in 2000, who closed here in 2001) located at the southern end of the shopping center.
4388ALBERTSONS2553 E Silver Springs BoulevardHILLSIDE CENTEROcalaFL34470MarionOpened October 1992 on the site of a former Sears (Searstown Plaza) store. Closed February 2009. Currently vacant.
4389ALBERTSONS3930 SW Archer RoadBUTLER PLAZA WESTGainesvilleFL32608AlachuaOpened June 24, 1992. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Coexists with another Publix store 1/4 mile to the east.
4390ALBERTSONS440 N Orlando AvenueWINTER PARK VILLAGEWinter ParkFL32789OrangeThis store is a violation to Albertson's store numbering rule. Opened November 1999 on the site of the old Winter Park Mall. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4401ALBERTSONS1921 N. Belcher RoadClearwaterFL33763PinellasFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4102. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4402ALBERTSONS10500 ULMERTON ROAD #800LARGO MALLLargoFL33771PinellasFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4101. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. Was one of the last 3 Albertsons stores still operating in Florida before converting to Safeway on May 25, 2016.
4403ALBERTSONS12101 Little RoadTOWER OAKS TERRACEHudsonFL34667PascoFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4100. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4404ALBERTSONS500 East Lake Road STHE SHOPPES OF BOOT RANCHPalm HarborFL34685PinellasFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4103. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4405ALBERTSONS5901 E. Fowler AvenueTERRACE WALKTemple TerraceFL33617HillsboroughFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4106. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. Closed ????. In 2003, this store became a Coca-Cola Enterprises call center. May have been something else between this and Albertson's closing.
4406ALBERTSONS15020 N. Dale Mabry HighwayCARROLLWOOD COMMONSTampaFL33618HillsboroughFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4109. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. Closed April 1, 1993 after only a year and a half in business due to problems with access into the shopping center and intense competition from other grocery stores in the area. Became Tampa Sports, which was later renamed Jumbo Sports, not long after Albertsons closed. Jumbo closed in the early 2000s. In 2003 Albertsons wanted to reopen a store in this space after Jumbo Sports closed, but that plan fell through for reasons unknown. Later in 2003, the building was subdivided into a DSW Shoe Store and American Signature Furniture.
4407ALBERTSONS4651 Cortez Road WBRADENTON COMMONSBradentonFL34210ManateeFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4104. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4408**ALBERTSONS1836 W. Lumsden RoadBrandonFL33511HillsboroughSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.
4409**ALBERTSONS8315 Sheldon RoadTown 'n' CountryFL33615HillsboroughSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.
4410ALBERTSONS1100 N John Young ParkwayTOWN CORRAL SHOPPING CENTERKissimmeeFL34741OsceolaOpened 1993 on the site of a former Zayre store. One of 3 Orlando area stores purchased by Sedano's, a Miami based Hispanic oriented grocery store chain, in late 2009. Converted to the Sedano's name in early 2010.
4411ALBERTSONS1012 Buenaventura BoulevardTOWN & COUNTRYKissimmeeFL34743OsceolaOpened 1993. Has a unique round front not seen on any other Florida Albertsons store (this was a ground up Albertsons build). Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1531), which closed in 2006. One of 46 former Albertsons stores across the nation purchased by Ross Stores in 2006. Currently subdivided into a Ross Dress For Less and DD's Discount.
4412ALBERTSONS80 W Mitchell Hammock RoadALBERTSONS (OVIEDO) SHOPPING CENTEROviedoFL32765SeminoleOpened 1993. Closed February 2010. Currently vacant.
4413ALBERTSONS16970 San Carlos Boulevard #10ALBERTSONS PLAZAFort MyersFL33908LeeOpened 1994. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4415ALBERTSONS1560 East Silver Star RoadALBERTSONS PLAZAOcoeeFL34761OrangeOpened 1993. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1532), which closed in 2006. Became an LA Fitness in 2008.
4416ALBERTSONS820 Palm Bay Road NE #104PALM BAY VILLAGEPalm BayFL32905BrevardOpened 1994. Closed August 2006. Subdivided into an Aldi and Office Depot in 2008.
4417ALBERTSONS8833 Tamiami Trail NMARKETPLACE AT PELICAN BAYNaplesFL34108CollierOpened 1994. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4418ALBERTSONS3610 US Highway 27 NSebringFL33870HighlandsOpened late 90's (approx 1997 or so) after a delay in construction. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4419ALBERTSONS1075 Pasadena Avenue SSouth PasadenaFL33707PinellasOpened March 1996 after some delays from the zoning board and area residents concerned about traffic at this intersection. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4420ALBERTSONS230 N Courtenay PkwyHOME DEPOT PLAZAMerritt IslandFL32953BrevardOpened 1994. Closed August 2006. One of 46 former Albertsons stores across the nation purchased by Ross Stores in 2006. Currently subdivided into a Ross Dress For Less and DD's Discount (which has since closed).
4422ALBERTSONS3350 E Tamiami TrailCOURTHOUSE SHADOWSNaplesFL34112CollierOpened around 1994 in a former Wal-Mart building (Wal-Mart moved to a new store across the street). One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. The Publix closed in 2014 as part of plans to convert the shopping center into the new home of a Sam's Club.
4423ALBERTSONS517 S Semoran BoulevardUNIVERSITY PARK PLAZAWinter ParkFL32792OrangeOpened mid-1994 in a former Xtra Super Food Center, replacing store #4303 .75 mi to the north. Closed August 2009. Currently a part of the Full Sail University campus.
4424ALBERTSONS9839 S. Military TrailBOYNTON WEST SHOPPING CENTERBoynton BeachFL33436Palm BeachOpened 1996 on the site of a former grocery store and drug store (not sure which ones) as a way to revitalize the Kmart store and adjoining plaza. Construction of this store was delayed slightly because of not having a left turn into plaza from N. Military Trail. Closed August 2006. Became Burlington Coat Factory in 2008.
4425ALBERTSONS311 N Tyndall PkwyCallawayFL32404BayOpened 1996. Not sure of exact closing date, but was around 2000 or so. Currently Callaway Self Storage.
4427ALBERTSONS127 Cape Coral Pkwy WCape CoralFL33914LeeOpened 1997. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4428ALBERTSONS3521 Thomasville RoadVILLAGE SQUARETallahasseeFL32309LeonOpened around 1996 in a Kmart store that closed in the 1994 round of closures. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Torn down in 2009 for a new Publix store to replace the one in the shopping center next door.
4429ALBERTSONS2447 N Wickham Road # 100LAKE WASHINGTON SQUAREMelbourneFL32935BrevardOpened June 1996 on the site of A former SupeRx Food and Drug, which was owned by Kroger. Between Albertsons and SupeRx, this site was home to independently owned Cascades Market. The Albertsons closed in February 2010. Subdivided into LA Fitness and Thrifty Produce in late 2013.
4430ALBERTSONS6355 W. Sample Road TURTLE RUN SHOPPESCoral SpringsFL33067BrowardOpened 1996. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1533), which closed in 2006. Currently Ross Dress for Less.
4431ALBERTSONS1295 S. Missouri AvenueCLEARWATER PLAZAClearwaterFL33756PinellasOpened 1996 on the site of a former Sears (Searstown Plaza) store. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4434ALBERTSONS26841 S Tamiami Trail BONITA BAY PLAZABonita SpringsFL34134LeeOpened 1996. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4435ALBERTSONS7805 Bird Road TROPICAIRE SHOPPING CENTERMiamiFL33155Miami-DadeOpened January 31, 1996 as the first Albertsons in the Miami-Dade region, an area Albertsons had always been hesitant to enter. Built at the site of the old Tropicaire Drive-in and Flea Market. Closed November 30, 2001 with the other Miami area stores. Became Publix on January 31, 2002.
4436ALBERTSONS3313 Lithia Pinecrest RoadALBERTSONS PLAZAValricoFL33596HillsboroughOpened 1997. Closed June 9, 2012. Currently vacant.
4437ALBERTSONS14655 SW 56th StreetMiamiFL33175Miami-DadeOpened 1996. Closed November 30, 2001 with two other Miami area stores. Became Sedanos in 2002.
4438ALBERTSONS11750 E Colonial DriveALAFAYA VILLAGEOrlandoFL32817OrangeOpened 1997. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1534), which closed in 2006. Became Metro 25/7 Gym around 2009, but has since closed.
4439ALBERTSONS17171 Pines BoulevardALBERTSONS (SEDANO'S) PLAZAPembroke PinesFL33027BrowardOpened 1996 on the site of the former Hollywood Sportatorium. Closed sometime between 2002 and 2004. Became a Sedanos in March 2004.
4440ALBERTSONS10018 Griffin RoadPINE LAKE PLAZACooper CityFL33328BrowardOpened late 1997 or early 1998 on the site of a former Grand Union that closed in 1984 when that chain pulled out of Florida. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4441ALBERTSONS2180 W Nine Mile RoadALBERTSONS PLAZAPensacolaFL32534EscambiaOpened 1996. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4444ALBERTSONS2100 Saxon Blvd.DeltonaFL32725VolusiaOpened 1996 on a site that was originally supposed to be home to a Gooding's Supermarket that was never built. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4445ALBERTSONS14939 N Florida AvenueFLORIDA CROSSING SHOPPING CENTERTampaFL33613HillsboroughOpened 1997 on the site of a former store (not sure what). Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1535), which closed in 2006. Left half of store became Ross Dress for Less in 2008 and right half became Aldi in 2009.
4446ALBERTSONS17400 N Hwy A1A AltTHE SHOPPES OF JONATHAN'S LANDINGJupiterFL33477Palm BeachOpened November 1997 as Albertson's second attempt at a store in Jupiter, opening 1/2 mile west of the store closed in 1990 (#4365) at Jupiter Square. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4447ALBERTSONS5450 E. Busch BoulevardKMART PLAZATemple TerraceFL33617HillsboroughThis is a weird one that may have never opened. Opened 1998(?) after Albertsons leased the old Phar-Mor store adjacent to the neighboring (& expanding) Kmart, demolishing it to build a new store at the site. Closed very shortly after, if it ever opened at all. Became a Publix in the late 90's/very early 2000's. The Publix that currently occupies this building has a store number dating back to when this should have opened as an Albertsons around 1998/1999. Either this store never opened as an Albertsons or was one of the shortest lived stores ever in Florida, like store 4467 in Hialeah. The building does have many Albertsons characteristics, and the very distinct former Albertsons liquor store attached to the right of the building.
4448ALBERTSONS13401 Summerlin RoadUNIVERSITY CROSSINGFort MyersFL33919LeeOpened 1997. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4449ALBERTSONS9545 Westview DriveMAGNOLIA SHOPPESCoral SpringsFL33076BrowardOpened 1998. Closed around 2003. After Albertsons this store became a Milam's Market for a while, but is now the left half of the store is an Office Depot and the right half is empty.
4453ALBERTSONS7760 Moffett RoadALBERTSONS PLAZAMobileAL36618MobileSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.
4454ALBERTSONS4407 Northlake BoulevardNORTHMILL PLAZAPalm Beach GardensFL33410Palm BeachOpened 2001 after being planned to be built since 1996. Closed August 30, 2008. Subdivided in 2010 into Joseph's Classic Market and Home Goods.
4455ALBERTSONS21401 NW 2nd AvenueCOUNTY SQUAREMiamiFL33169Miami-DadeOpened in 2000 on the site of a former Xtra Super Food Center. Did not close with the other Miami area stores in November 2001 because it was right over the Broward/Miami-Dade County line. This Albertsons remained in operation until 2007, and the store was converted into a Ross/dd's Discounts combo store in 2008.
4457ALBERTSONS4000 Honore Ave.PROPOSED SHOPPING CENTERSarasotaFL34233SarasotaSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.
4458ALBERTSONS1735 NE Pine Island RoadPINE ISLAND CROSSINGCape CoralFL33909LeeOpened January 1999. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4459ALBERTSONS831 NE 8th StreetHomesteadFL33030Miami-DadeOpened 1998 on the site of the former Campbell Square, a shopping center destroyed by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Closed November 30, 2001 with two other Miami area stores. Became Sedanos in 2002.
4462ALBERTSONS12981 S Orange Blossom TrailSOUTHCHASE PLAZAOrlandoFL32837OrangeOpened January 1999. One of 3 Orlando area stores purchased by Sedano's, a Miami based Hispanic oriented grocery store chain, in late 2009. Converted to the Sedano's name in early 2010.
4463ALBERTSONS8801 Conroy Windermere RoadSHOPPES OF WINDERMEREOrlandoFL32835OrangeOpened Fall 1999. Closed June 9, 2012. Became a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market on March 6, 2013.
4464ALBERTSONS3950 Central Sarasota PkwyOAKS PLAZASarasotaFL34238SarasotaOpened January 21, 1999. Closed August 2006. Became a Kohl's on September 28, 2011.
4465ALBERTSONS8415 N. Lockwood Ridge RoadUNIVERSITY SQUARE PLAZASarasotaFL34243ManateeOpened October 25, 2000. Closed June 9, 2012. Became Floor & Decor on November 21, 2013.
4466ALBERTSONS900 SW Saint Lucie West BlvdCASHMERE CORNERSPort St. LucieFL34986St. LucieOpened May 3, 2000. Closed June 9, 2012. The majority of the building was turned into a Walmart Neighborhood Market, which opened on March 2, 2016.
4467ALBERTSONS1630 W 49th StreetWESTLAND COMMONSHialeahFL33012Miami-DadeOpened 2000ish on the site of a former store called The Treasury, which was owned by JCPenney and one of the original supercenter type stores with a full food department, and in some cases, a gas station (the building was huge too). As The Treasury began to close their stores down in the 1980's, many became some of the original Home Depot stores, like this one did. Home Depot moved to a new store next door sometime in the 1990's. After Home Depot closed the building was turned into the Westland Commons shopping center. The Albertsons was built where a part of the original Treasury store was torn down. The Albertsons closed very shortly after, but not mentioned in the article about Albertsons pulling out of the Miami region in November 2001, so it probably closed before then, making it one of the shortest lived Florida Albertsons. Became a Winn-Dixie in August 2003.
4469ALBERTSONS4950 Belle Terre ParkwayPalm CoastFL32137FlaglerOpened 2000. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4471ALBERTSONS300 W Lake Mary BoulevardBOULEVARD PLAZASanfordFL32773SeminoleOpened 2000. Closed February 2010. Currently vacant.
4472ALBERTSONS2231 E Hillsborough AvenueEASTGATE SHOPPING CENTERTampaFL33610HillsboroughOpened April 2002 replacing some older stores in the plaza as a way to bring new development to this rougher part of town. One of 46 former Albertsons stores across the nation purchased by Ross Stores in 2006. Currently subdivided into a Ross Dress For Less and DD's Discount.
4473ALBERTSONS1566 Bella Cruz DriveSPANISH PLAINES SHOPPING CENTERLady LakeFL32159SumterOpened November 2000. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008
4474ALBERTSONS12031 Southern BoulevardVILLAGE CENTRE SHOPPESLoxahatcheeFL33470Palm BeachOpened in 2001, and closed in February 2010 when Albertsons pulled out of Palm Beach County. In 2011 it was announced the building would become Palms West Charter School, which opened for the 2013-2014 school year. 
4475ALBERTSONS9251 University ParkwayUNIVERSITY TOWN CENTERPensacolaFL32514EscambiaOpened 2001. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4477ALBERTSONS9005 US Highway 301 NALBERTSONS (PUBLIX) AT PARKWOOD SQUAREParrishFL34219ManateeOpened October 3, 2001. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4478ALBERTSONS22100 S. Tamiami TrailWILLIAMS PLACEEsteroFL33928LeeOpened 2001. Closed October 2009. Entire shopping center became home to Living Waters Church in September 2014.
4479ALBERTSONS4835 Immokalee RoadNaplesFL34110CollierOpened 2002. Closed early 2007. Turned into an upscale convention center called Naples International Pavilion in 2010, but closed in 2012. Was expected to become a charter school in 2014 their their contract on the building fell through. Currently in the process of becoming a second location for Oakes Farms Market, a local Naples based farmers market featuring produce, organic items, and fresh foods, and is expected to open in early 2017.
4480**ALBERTSONS1500 S. Douglas RoadDOUGLAS GRANDCoral GablesFL33134Miami-DadeSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.
4481**ALBERTSONS18600 NW 87th AvenueALBERTSONS (SEDANO'S) PLAZAHialeahFL33018Miami-DadeSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.
4482ALBERTSONS10863 Bloomingdale AveBLOOMINGDALE HILLS SHOPPING CENTERBrandon (Riverview)FL33569HillsboroughOpened 2002. Closed October 2009. Became a Walmart Neighborhood Market in 2012.
4483ALBERTSONS11601 Bonita Beach Road SEIMPERIAL BONITA PLAZABonita SpringsFL34135LeeOpened Summer 2002. Closed October 2009. Currently vacant.
4484ALBERTSONS1101 8th Avenue WPalmettoFL34221ManateeOpened June 4, 2002 on the site of Mr. C's Community Market, which closed in 1998 and was torn down for Albertsons. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4485ALBERTSONS1112 Key PlazaKEY PLAZAKey WestFL33040MonroeOpened late 2001 in a building that once housed a J Byrons Department Store, which was bought by Upton's Department Store in 1996. Upton's closed in late 1999 when they went out of business. This Albertsons closed April 28, 2012 and became a Publix shortly after, coexisting with another Publix 1/2 mile away.
4486ALBERTSONS4624 Hypoluxo RoadHYPOLUXO VILLAGE SHOPPESLake WorthFL33463Palm BeachOpened 2003. Closed February 2010. Became a Western Beef Supermarket (a warehouse style supermarket from the New York City area) in 2012.
4493**ALBERTSONS6516 Caroline StreetSIX FLAGS SHOPPING CENTERMiltonFL32570Santa RosaSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.
4495ALBERTSONS10250 Curry Ford RoadCURRY FORD SQUAREOrlandoFL32825OrangeOpened 2003. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4496ALBERTSONS5998 Mobile HighwayBELLVIEW SHOPPING CENTERPensacolaFL32526EscambiaOpened March 12, 2003 in a former Delchamps supermarket, replacing store #4329 2.75 miles to the south. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.
4497ALBERTSONS1964 W Tennessee StreetCOLLEGE SQUARE S/CTallahasseeFL32304LeonOpened 2003 on the site of a former Winn-Dixie store. Closed February 2009. The right half of the building became a Lucky's Market on November 9, 2016, with the left half still vacant.
4498ALBERTSONS1438 Rock Springs RdROCK SPRINGS PLAZAApopkaFL32712OrangeOpened April 2003. Closed June 9, 2012. Currently vacant.

** Proposed but Unbuilt/Unopened Albertsons Florida Stores:

Store #Store Name AddressShopping CenterCityStZip CodeCountyStore Info
43XXALBERTSONSEither NE or SW Corner of 9th Street N. and 94th Avenue N.St. PetersburgFL33702PinellasThis store was planned as one of the original Skaggs-Albertsons stores. Construction was supposed to begin on this store at one of the two undeveloped lots at this intersection in Summer of 1974, according to an old newspaper article. Construction never happened here for reasons unknown. Both possible lots have since been developed with smaller businesses.
43XXALBERTSONSSE Corner of S. Beneva Road and Bahia Vista StreetSarasotaFL34232SarasotaAlbertsons was the highest bidder for this property that once housed offices for the Sarasota County School Board. In order to obtain the property, Albertsons had 150 days to go to the zoning board and get the property changed from government use to commercial use. Local residents in the condominium complex adjacent to the site did not want an large 24 hour supermarket next to them, citing traffic concerns, so they protested to the zoning board. The board then rejected Albertsons plans, so Albertsons forfeited the bid. Albertsons later opened thier first Sarasota store in 1988 in the Landings Shopping Center, developed by the same company who later bought this proposed Albertsons site to build a small neighborhood shopping complex.
44XXALBERTSONSSW Corner of US 98 and Marcum RoadLakelandFL33810PolkThis planned store from 1994 was supposed to act as the so called "replacement" for the recently closed Albertsons on S. Florida Avenue in Lakeland (Store #4322). Plans for this store were being made when the closure of the original Lakeland store was announced. This store was planned to open in 1995, but was never built. When this store never materialized, Albertsons still was rumored to be looking for another Lakeland site, but Albertsons never built a new store in the city.
44XXALBERTSONSNW Corner of Prima Vista Blvd & Airoso BlvdPROPOSED SHOPPING CENTERPort St. LucieFL34983St. LucieAlbertsons offered to buy Sportsman's Park, PSL's oldest park, from the city in 1996 to build a new store and shopping center at the site. As a part of the deal, Alberstons would have given the city land elsewhere in town for a new park. The city took interest in this deal for a while, but fierce local opposition about the plans made PSL city council members ultimately shoot down Albertson's offer. Four years later, Albertsons built store #4466 1.5 miles down the road in St. Lucie West.
44XXALBERTSONSSW Corner of S. Florida Ave. and County Road 540ALakelandFL33813PolkAlbertsons was rumored to be looking at this site in 1999 after plans for the Marcum Road store fell apart, next to a proposed Home Depot. The Home Depot was later built, but Albertsons never built a new store here.
44XXALBERTSONSSE Corner of US Highway 1 and Sample RoadLighthouse PointFL33064BrowardAlbertsons submitted plans for this store and a few outparcels to the city in 1997. Residents in the area did not want the store and were fiercely opposed to it, saying it was against city code to build a store at that site and would impede traffic flow on local roads. Some also felt the site was too small and wouldn't allow for enough parking spaces. The city council and zoning board later rejected Albertsons plans and appeal in late 1997.
44XXALBERTSONSSW Corner of Miami Gardens Drive and NE 18th RoadSHOPS AT SKYLAKE (SKYLAKE MALL)MiamiFL33179Miami-DadeAlbertsons was supposed to be the original supermarket anchor for the redevelopment of the former Skylake Mall. For reasons unknown, Albertsons backed out of these plans and Publix opened a store at this site instead in 1999 (There was a lawsuit of some kind going on between Albertsons and the developer of the site, which probably led to Albertsons backing out on this store). The building Publix currently operates in is actually a modified Albertsons structure.
44XXALBERTSONSSE Corner of State Road 54 and Collier ParkwayWILLOW BEND TOWNE CENTRELutzFL33549PascoAs Publix planned to relocate their store in this shopping center across the street in 2002, Albertsons was approached to open a new store in the former Publix. Albertsons looked into the site but found that Publix had a lease restriction in their contract barring any competing supermarket from taking over thie site after they left. Bed Bath & Beyond was then approached to take over the former Publix after Albertsons backed out, but they also did not accept for reasons unknown. The former Publix eventually became home to a Lifestyle Family Fitness Center in 2009.
44XXALBERTSONSNW Corner of Peachland Boulevard and Veterans BoulevardPort CharlotteFL33954CharlotteAlbertsons released plans to build their first Charlotte County store and gas station here in this newly expanding part of town in October 2000. Not long after, Publix released plans to replace their store across the street from the planned Albertsons with a new, larger store in the empty lot adjacent to their existing store. Both stores, though, never materialized for reasons unknown. The Albertsons site was cleared around 2010 for outparcels to be built on, but nothing major has happened to the site since.
44XXALBERTSONSSE Corner of Sheridan Street and N. 14th AvenueSHERIDAN PLAZAHollywoodFL33019BrowardAlbertsons first submitted plans for this 45,000 square foot store in 1999. After the plans were made public, the community was outraged and began having protests at this site to stop the construction of this store. Albertsons eliminated the gas station from their plans to try to calm the community, but they kept protesting, citing traffic concerns and negative environmental impacts on the neighboring West Lake Park. The city originally approved the plans for this store, but in January 2000, Albertsons decided to cancel their plans for building this store. The site is currently owned by Broward County as preserve land.
44XXALBERTSONSNE Corner of Fiske Blvd. and Barton Blvd. (1620 S. Fiske)VILLAGE GREEN SHOPPING CENTERRockledgeFL32955BrevardAlbertsons was brought to this site in late 1998 as part of the redevelopment of the shopping center, bringing a grocery store back to the site following the closure of Winn-Dixie in 1995. After getting approval of the project, the plans fell through due to the discovery of contaminated soil in the ground beneath the shopping center, contamination left behind by a dry cleaners that closed many years prior. Due to the delay and construction and the costs involved, Albertsons pulled out of the project in late 1999.
4408ALBERTSONSNE Corner of W. Lumsden Road and Providence Road (1836 W. Lumsden)BrandonFL33511HillsboroughPlanned Jewel-Osco Florida store #4105. One of two lots for planned Jewel-Osco Florida stores sold to Albertsons when they bought their 7 Florida stores from them in 1992. Albertsons pursued plans to build this store later in 1996, but they later fell through for reasons unknown. By the late 1990's, the lot was divided into smaller lots for some restaurants and a CVS.
4409ALBERTSONSSE Corner of Sheldon Road and W. Waters Avenue (8315 Sheldon)Town 'n' CountryFL33615HillsboroughPlanned Jewel-Osco Florida store #4108. One of two lots for planned Jewel-Osco Florida stores sold to Albertsons when they bought their 7 Florida stores from them in 1992. I can't find any documentation saying Albertsons pursued the plans to build this store, but it was assigned the store number 4409. This lot sat vacant until 2004 when the Shops at Sheldon was built. Site currently home of Shops at Sheldon and a few other business complexes.
4453ALBERTSONSNE Corner of Moffett Road (US 98) and Schillinger Road (CR 31)ALBERTSONS PLAZAMobileAL36618MobileAlbertsons had plans to build a store here around 1996/1997, over 10 years after they had pulled out of Alabama by selling all of their Alabama stores to Bruno's. This store was to be built in the very outskirts of the city of Mobile. Albertsons was to build a new store with an attached shopping center on this site, but for reasons unknown, nothing ever came to be here. Albertsons sold off this land in 2002, and it remains vacant to this day.
4457ALBERTSONSSW Corner of Bee Ridge Road and Honore AvenuePROPOSED SHOPPING CENTERSarasotaFL34233SarasotaThe owner of this property, one of the last open lots in Sarasota, wanted to develop it as a major shopping center in late 1998, which the city had been planning for for many years. Albertsons was the frontrunner to be the main grocery anchor in the center. The plans were later scaled back due to traffic concerns. One city comissioner then began to pressure the owner of the land to sell the lot to the county to preserve its natural significance and turn it into a park. The owner finally gave in and sold the land to the county for use as a park, formally scrapping all plans for this Albertsons. This site became Urfer Family Park in 2008.
4480ALBERTSONSNW Corner of S. Douglas Road and Zamora Avenue (1500 S. Douglas)DOUGLAS GRANDCoral GablesFL33134Miami-DadeThis store was supposed to be built right around when Albertsons pulled out of Miami-Dade County in late 2001 on the site of the former Coliseum, an auditorium built in the 1920's when Coral Gables was first founded. That was torn down for a Service Merchandise, which was then torn down for the Albertsons/Douglas Grand. This Albertsons would have been a small store (44,000 sqft, compared to the typical approx. 60,000 sqft. stores) on the ground floor of the Douglas Grand Condominium complex. When Albertsons pulled out of Miami, they sold this property, along with store #4435, to Publix (Construction may have started when Albertsons was still in control, but I'm not completely sure). After aquiring the property, Publix opened in 2003 as the supermarket tenant for the Douglas Grand Condominium complex (The small size is more suitable for Publix anyway). It's a very unique design the way it's integrated into the condo complex.
4481ALBERTSONSNW Corner of Miami Gardens Drive (NW 186 Street) and NW 87 AvenueALBERTSONS (SEDANO'S) PLAZAHialeahFL33018Miami-DadeThis store was supposed to be built right around when Albertsons pulled out of Miami-Dade County in late 2001 on a vacant lot in one of the westernmost urbanized areas of Miami-Dade County, near Interstate 75. After Albertsons pulled out of Miami-Dade County, this site sat vacant until 2007 when a Sedano's and accompanying shopping center were built at the site.
4493ALBERTSONSNW Corner of Caroline Street and Dogwood Drive (6516 Caroline)SIX FLAGS SHOPPING CENTERMiltonFL32570Santa RosaThis store was supposed to open in 2004 as one of the last new Albertsons stores in Florida, and their first store in Santa Rosa County (just northeast of Pensacola). It was to be an unusually small, approx. 40,000 sqft. store occupying a former Piggly Wiggly space with an Albertsons Express gas station built out front. As 2004 crept on, Albertsons began to realize they were losing the supermarket game in Florida and they put the plans for this store on indefinate hold in mid-2004, just to scrap them soon after. The Piggly Wiggly site sat vacant until 2012, when it became a Pic N Sav Food Outlet. The outparcel set aside for the Albertsons Express has since become a Walgreens.

Safeway Florida Store List:

For a list of Safeway Save and Pack locations (1984-1992), please click here. For a list of the namesake Safeway Florida locations (2016-2018), please scroll down:

Store #Store Name AddressShopping CenterCityStZip CodeCountyStore Info/History
3304SAFEWAY503 E. Altamonte DrivePALM SPRINGS CENTERAltamonte SpringsFL32701SeminoleOne of the first 3 Florida Safeway stores, which came out of the conversion of the last three remaining Albertsons Florida stores in late 2015/early 2016. Opened May 25, 2016 at the site of former Albertsons #4304.
4319SAFEWAY950 East Commercial BoulevardOakland ParkFL33334BrowardOne of the first 3 Florida Safeway stores, which came out of the conversion of the last three remaining Albertsons Florida stores in late 2015/early 2016. Opened May 25, 2016 at the site of former Albertsons #4319.
4402SAFEWAY10500 ULMERTON ROAD #800LARGO MALLLargoFL33771PinellasOne of the first 3 Florida Safeway stores, which came out of the conversion of the last three remaining Albertsons Florida stores in late 2015/early 2016. Opened May 25, 2016 at the site of former Albertsons #4402.

Bonus Buy Store Directory:

Bonus Buy Stores are special features of supermarkets around Florida which are not related to any of the former Albertsons (1974-2016) or current Safeway (2016-Present) stores in Florida. These stores are either unique, significant, historic, or unusual is some way, or have some kind of interesting characteristic to them that sets them apart from others. Below is a directory of featured Bonus Buy Stores on the blog:

Store#Store NameAddressShopping CenterCityStZip CodeCountyStore Info/History
2230WINN-DIXIE190 Malabar Road SWPALM BAY WEST SHOPPING CENTERPalm BayFL32907BrevardOriginally opened in 1989. Was remodeled into a Marketplace store in the mid-90's, and in late 2011 it was remodeled into one of Winn-Dixie's prototype "Transformational" stores. The Transformational remodel was completed on March 8, 2012.
5XXSUPERX FOOD & DRUG3636 S. Washington Ave. (US 1)TitusvilleFL32780BrevardOriginally opened in 1983. Relocated 2 miles inland to a new Florida Choice store in 1988. After SupeRx this building was home to offices for Aerospace Interconnect Systems, and in 2005 it became an Ace Hardware.
620FLORIDA CHOICE1450 Harrison St.TitusvilleFL32780BrevardRelocation of the SupeRx at 3636 S. Washington. Opened in early 1988. However, this store only lasted a few months as Kroger (SupeRx and Florida Choice's parent) decided to pull out of the Florida Market in July 1988. This store was sold to Gooding's, who remained in the building until 1997. The building has been vacant ever since.
321PUBLIX1020 US HIGHWAY 27 S.HIGHLANDS PLAZAAvon ParkFL33825HighlandsPublix opened at this location in March 1987, and closed on May 2, 2009, a few months after the new North Sebring Publix opened in the old Albertsons. This store ended up sitting empty until 2012, when the right half of the former Publix space became a Save A Lot, while the left half of the building remains empty.
78PUBLIX2824 US Hwy. 27 S.SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTERSebringFL33870HighlandsOpened as a Wing Style Publix in 1962. Was remodeled and expanded in the late 90's to a more modern look and format as this was one of the last untouched Wing Stores in the chain. Publix decided to tear down and rebuild this store in late 2015, and the original store closed on December 26, 2015. The replacement store, Publix #1517, is expected to open in the Fall of 2016.
3202SAVE AND PACK204 E State Road 436OXFORD SQUARECasselberryFL32707SeminoleOpened March 1986 as the 7th Save n' Pack store in Florida and the only one in the Orlando area. Closed March 22, 1987 due to unprofitability before the closure of the rest of the division. After Save and Pack closed this location became Builder's Square #1526, which closed with the rest of the chain in 1999. Currently an Old Time Pottery store.
506SUPERX FOOD & DRUG201 Bougainvillea DriveRockledgeFL32955BrevardOpened 1982. Was supposed to relocate to a new Florida Choice store in late 1988 at Barton Commons, however Kroger's departure from Florida in July 1988 put an end to that. This building was later home to a bowling alley and a business file archival center, but is currently vacant.
638FLORIDA CHOICE224 Barton BoulevardBARTON COMMONSRockledgeFL32955BrevardWas supposed to open as a Florida Choice store in late 1988 to replace the SupeRx Food and Drug on Bougainvillea 2 miles to the north. Due to Kroger's departure from Florida in July 1988, Kroger announced they would sell this almost finished building to Gooding's. Gooding's lasted in this building until 1997. Currently this store is split between a Bealls Outlet, a health clinic, and a third vacant space.
1792SWEETBAY SUPERMARKET3250 US 27 SouthDesoto SquareSebringFL33870HighlandsOriginally opened as a Kash n' Karry in 1985. Kash n' Karry expanded this store in 2001 with an addition to the right side of the building. Around 2005 or 2006, this store converted to Sweetbay as a part of Kash n' Karry's rebranding campaign. The remaining Sweetbay stores were sold to Winn-Dixie in 2013, and this store was converted to the Winn-Dixie name in April 2014.
1PUBLIX58 4th St. NWWinter HavenFL33881PolkThe first Publix store opened on September 6, 1930 and relocated to a newer store at 197 W. Central Ave. in 1940, where it remained until the 1960s.
310PUBLIX3615 W. Gandy Blvd.Gandy Shopping CenterTampaFL33611HillsboroughThis Publix opened in 1985, replacing an older store in the nearby Britton Plaza. This is a very busy Publix store and had been kept up extremely well over the years.
This Winn-Dixie opened in 2004, not long before their bankruptcy the next year. This store replaced store #245, which opened in 1976 and was located in the parking lot of the current store. This Winn-Dixie has one of the rarest interiors in the entire chain, and may very well be the last store to still have this interior completely intact.
LBVGooding's12521 State Route 535The Crossroads at Lake Buena VistaLake Buena VistaFL32830OrangeThis store opened in 1988 as a ground-up built Gooding's. The Gooding's chain reached a peak of near 20 stores in the early 90's scattered throughout Central Florida, however financial troubles and lack of desire by the descendants of the chain's founders to stay in the grocery retail business have shrunk the chain to this one store that somehow manages to survive to this day.
219Publix350 US Highway 27 NorthSouth Highlands Shopping CenterLake PlacidFL33852HighlandsThis store opened on July 12, 1980. It was replaced by Publix #1547 on January 12, 2017. This Publix remained virtually untouched for most of its 37 years in operation.
221Winn-Dixie2675 S. Military TrailShoppes at CresthavenWest Palm BeachFL33415Palm BeachThis store opened in November 1987 as an Xtra Super Food Center, lasting here until that chain’s demise in March 1996. Winn-Dixie took over this building in 1997, and in December 2016 this store was converted from Winn-Dixie into Southeastern Grocer’s new Hispanic-oriented grocery format called Fresco y Mas.
1102Publix1851 N. US Highway 1Taylor Creek CommonsFort PierceFL34946St. LucieThis store originally opened as Food Lion #828 in 1990. This was one of 60+ Florida Food Lion locations converted to the Kash n' Karry name in 1999 in order to boost sales in Food Lion's struggling Florida division. This Kash n' Karry would later close in 2004 when KnK pulled out of Central and Eastern Florida. This was one of three former Kasn n' Karry locations purchased by Publix during that closing round, and the only one that was previously a Food Lion.
2383Winn-Dixie7580 University Blvd.Uni-Gold Shopping CenterWinter ParkFL32792OrangeThis store originally opened as a Florida Choice in April 1988. This location was sold to Gooding's in September 1988 when Kroger announced they were going to sell off their Florida Choice division. This was one of 9 Gooding's stores sold to Winn-Dixie in 2000. Winn-Dixie closed this store in September 2016. This building will become home to a new Lucky's Market and Ross Dress for Less in 2018.
2325Winn-Dixie100 Canaveral Plaza Blvd.Canaveral PlazaCocoa BeachFL32931BrevardThis Winn-Dixie originally opened in the mid-80's in a building that was once home to a Wing Store Publix. Other than a remodel to the Marketplace interior in the mid-90's, this store was barely touched. In October 2016, Hurricane Matthew caused part of this store's roof to collapse. Due to the roof failure, this store was gutted and remodeled to the latest Winn-Dixie prototype, and reopened in July 2017.
SSCSouthgate Shopping Center2515-2633 S. Florida AvenueSouthgate SCLakelandFL33803PolkThis shopping center held its grand opening on November 11, 1957, and has remained fairly original for most of its time. This shopping center contains the famous Southgate arch, which is a local and Florida icon. The plaza's Publix was torn down and rebuilt in 2009.
1714Harvey's Supermarket1066 Clearlake RoadClearlake Square PlazaCocoaFL32922BrevardThis store opened as a Winn-Dixie in 1984, and was expanded into the Marketplace format in the early 1990's. This store remained untouched until 2017, when it was included in a batch of 7 Winn-Dixie stores to convert to the Harvey's brand. This store opened as Harvey's Supermarket on August 2, 2017.
1895Kash n' Karry23 W. Silver Star RoadOcoee PlazaOcoeeFL34761OrangeThis store originally opened in 1990 as a Food Lion, and was converted into a Kash n' Karry in 1999 with the rest of the Eastern and Central Florida Food Lion stores. Kash n' Karry remained at this location until 2004, when the brand was pulled out of Eastern and Central Florida. Tropic Save supermarket took over this space after Kash n' Karry left. In the early 2010's, Tropic Save Changed names to Quadro Supermarket. To this day, this store is a very well preserved Kash n' Karry.
1329Food Lion3826 S. Clyde Morris BoulevardFood Lion PlazaPort OrangeFL32129VolusiaThis Food Lion opened in 1996 as one of the last stores built during Food Lion’s major push into Florida. This Food Lion remained open until February 2012, when it was announced that the remaining Food Lion stores in Florida, all of which were clustered in the Northeastern and North Central parts of the state, were closing. In November 2019, Perrine's Produce would take over the former Food Lion building. Coverage of the former Port Orange Food Lion in its new life as Perrine's can be seen here.
1150Publix415 21st StreetTreasure Coast PlazaVero BeachFL32960Indian RiverThis store opened as a Winn-Dixie in 1995, opening in a building that had housed a Woolworth store from 1970-1994. Winn-Dixie remained in this location until 2007, when this store closed as one of the later residuals of Winn-Dixie’s bankruptcy. Almost as soon as this Winn-Dixie closed, Publix announced they would open a store in this space to replace their smaller store (#642) located across the street. Publix opened in this space in November 2007, and did very little to alter this building from how Winn-Dixie had left it.
2379Winn-Dixie7840 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial HighwayFormosa Gardens VillageKissimmeeFL34747OsceolaThis store opened as a Gooding's in 1995. In 2000, this store was one of 9 Gooding's stores sold to Winn-Dixie, officially converting to Winn-Dixie by 2001. This store is famous for being custom designed to compliment the neighboring (now demolished) Splendid China park, including custom designed Chinese-inspired interior decor.
506Grand Union4515 Lake Worth RoadMil-Lake PlazaGreenacresFL33463Palm BeachGrand Union opened at this location in 1982, and closed sometime around 1985 when the chain closed all of their remaining stores in Florida. Around 2000, Big Lots opened in the old Grand Union space, leaving behind many remnants of the Grand Union that came before it.
688Kroger53 Exchange Street
Richmond HillGA31324BryanThis Kroger store opened on March 20, 2008, replacing the original Richmond Hill Kroger nearby at 9701 Ford Avenue. The original store opened in September 1999, and is now split between a Goodwill and a few other stores.
1103Publix606 Havendale Blvd.Publix at AuburndaleAuburndaleFL33823PolkThis Publix store originally opened as a Kash n' Karry in 1994. In 2004, this was one of three Kash n' Karry locations sold to Publix as part of KnK's closure sweep that year. Publix made very little modification to this store since.
2267Fresco y Mas7382 Curry Ford RoadCurry Ford EastOrlandoFL32822OrangeOriginally opening as a Winn-Dixie in 1980, this store was converted into a Fresco y Mas in early 2018. Fresco y Mas held the grand opening for this store on April 18, 2018, marking the brand's debut into the Orlando market.
30U-Save330 S. Parrott Ave.
OkeechobeeFL34974OkeechobeeU-Save originally opened at this site in 1965, and lasted at this location until December 2011, when Okeechobee County shut down this store due to failure to pay back taxes. This was one of the last U-Save locations to remain open. In late 2016, this building was repurposed into an Aldi store.
2302Winn-Dixie429 E. 3rd AvenueBeach Plaza (Later Outback Plaza)New Smyrna BeachFL32169VolusiaThis Winn-Dixie opened in 1984. Winn-Dixie remained in this location for 12 years before relocating to a new Marketplace store on the mainland in 1996. This building has sat vacant ever since, although plans for a hotel emerged for this property in late 2016. As of Summer 2019, the hotel has yet to begin construction.
2380Winn-Dixie120 International ParkwayHeathrow SquareLake MaryFL32746SeminoleThis store originally opened as a high-end prototype Publix called "Publix Gourmet Plus". Publix Gourmet Plus opened in December 1988 and closed in February 1991 after poor sales due to the slower than projected growth of affluent population in the area. Publix sold Publix Gourmet Plus's lease to Gooding's, whose store was open in this location by 1992. This was one of 9 Gooding's stores sold to Winn-Dixie in 2000. Winn-Dixie heavily remodeled this store in 2014, although many design traits from the Publix days remain to this day.
1022Publix11406 San Jose Blvd.Mandarin Oaks Shopping CenterJacksonvilleFL32223DuvalThis Publix began its life as a Harris Teeter, Florida's first. Harris Teeter operated in this building from December 1998 until May 2004. Publix took over this building in September 2004, replacing an older Publix down the street.
141Winn-Dixie11701 San Jose Blvd.Medical and Merchants Center of MandarinJacksonvilleFL32223DuvalWinn-Dixie originally opened this store in 1995. It received two remodels over its time in operation so far, one remodel in the post-bankruptcy days of the late 2000's and another remodel in 2015. The 2015 remodel included the use of a rare decor package unique to this location.
1686Publix6075 Highway 17-92 NorthLoughman CrossingDavenportFL33896PolkThis Publix opened on October 10, 2019 as the second 49M prototype store in the chain, featuring a new store design for the company,
45Lucky's Market7580 University Blvd.Uni-Gold Shopping CenterWinter ParkFL32792OrangeLucky's Market opened this location on October 10, 2018 in a building that formerly housed a Winn-Dixie (originally a Florida Choice and Gooding's). Lucky's closed this store in February 2020 when the company announced the closure of 20 of its 21 stores in Florida at the time.
WPBFoodtown5335 N. Military TrailSouth Wind PlazaWest Palm BeachFL33407Palm BeachFoodtown opened in 2006, taking over a building that had housed a Winn-Dixie store from 1987-2006. This Foodtown store is semi-related to the Foodtown chain that operates in the NYC Metro area.
1159Publix Greenwise Market21230 St. Andrews Blvd.Boca Village SquareBoca RatonFL33433Palm BeachWhile Publix operated at this location from 1978-2007, Publix Greenwise Market opened in May 2008 as a conversion of the original store. With the debut of the new Greenwise prototype in 2018, the original Boca Publix Greenwise Market was replaced with a new store a few miles away. Upon the new store's opening, the original Greenwise converted back to a regular Publix.
1659Greenwise Market4747 S. Florida Ave.Shoppes of Lake Miriam CrossingLakelandFL33813PolkOne of Publix's re-imagined Greenwise Market stores, this location opened on December 12, 2019, occupying the site of an old Kmart store.
29Winn-Dixie1961 A1A SouthAnastasia SquareSt. AugustineFL32080St. JohnsWinn-Dixie originally opened at this location in 1980. By 1998, Winn-Dixie had outgrown this building, and relocated a few miles south to a new Marketplace store. After Winn-Dicie moved, the building was split between a thrift store, gym, pawn shop, and a billiards hall. The thrift store still contains many remnants from Winn-Dixie's tenure in the building.
50Publix828 Southern Blvd.Southdale Shopping CenterWest Palm BeachFL33405Palm Beach

This Publix store opened in October 1959 as one of three anchors to the new Southdale Shopping Center. Originally opened as a Wing Store, this Publix was expanded twice in the 1970’s and 1990’s, the latter remodel bringing us what we see today. As of 2020, this is the oldest continually operational Publix store left in the entire chain still in the same building.

HCSeabra Foods4169 Town Center Blvd.Hunter's Creek PlazaOrlandoFL32837OrangeSeabra Foods purchased this former Lucky’s store at the company’s bankruptcy auction in March 2020. Lucky’s operated in this building (which was located in part of a former Winn-Dixie) from October 2018 until most of the company’s Floridian stores closed for good in February 2020. Seabra Foods opened this store on July 9, 2020, and kept many elements from this store’s days as Lucky’s.
2499Winn-Dixie16751 Fishhawk Blvd.Shops of FishhawkLithiaFL33547HillsboroughKash n’ Karry originally opened at this site in Fall 2000. The store was converted to the new Sweetbay Supermarkets banner in the mid-2000’s, and was one of the 72 Sweetbay Supermarkets acquired by Winn-Dixie in 2013. This store closed as Sweetbay on March 29, 2014, and reopened as Winn-Dixie on April 4, 2014.
2545Winn-Dixie2458 Burnsed Blvd.Pinellas PlazaThe VillagesFL32163SumterThe last Sweetbay Supermarket opened on October 2, 2013, and was one of 72 Sweetbay stores sold to Winn-Dixie that same year. This store is unique because it features a rare prototype design from Sweetbay’s last few years in operation. Only six months after opening, this store would close on April 12, 2014 in order to begin conversion into a Winn-Dixie. Winn-Dixie reopened in this building on April 18, 2014.
1684Publix155 Bartram Market DriveBartram MarketSt. JohnsFL32259St. JohnsPublix opened this store on February 20, 2020, featuring the company's latest prototype design and the new Evergreen decor package.
2568Winn-Dixie3170 W. New Haven Ave.Plaza WestWest MelbourneFL32904BrevardWinn-Dixie opened this store in 1982, but was kicked out in 2015 to allow Lucky's Market to open in this space following the expiration of Winn-Dixie's lease. Lucky's opened on January 11, 2017, and closed in February 2020 following Winn-Dixie's repurchase of the building. Winn-Dixie reopened their West Melbourne store on December 9, 2020, featuring a new store design.
2556Winn-Dixie11700 San Jose Blvd.Mandarin South Shopping CenterJacksonvilleFL32223DuvalWinn-Dixie opened this store on November 11, 2020, opening in a former Earth Fare space purchased as part of that chain's bankruptcy earlier in 2020. The new Winn-Dixie replaced a store across the street, which had been open since 1995. Interestingly, the 1995 store replaced an older Winn-Dixie where the 2020 store currently resides.
187Publix5566 Fort Caroline RoadThe GazeboJacksonvilleFL32277DuvalPublix opened this store in 1975 and relocated to a former Albertsons building 2.5 miles away in 2007. Since this store's closure in 2007, it has sat vacant.
4Detwiler's Farm Market1800 US 301
PalmettoFL34221ManateeDetwiler's opened this store in July 2018, in a building that once housed a Winn-Dixie Marketplace from 1999-2010. This location is Detwiler's largest, and serves as the company's flagship location.
371Publix2895 N. Military TrailCrosstown PlazaWest Palm BeachFL33409Palm BeachOriginally planned as a new Family Mart store, this building was sold to Kroger to open as a Florida Choice before construction was completed. Florida Choice opened at this location in Summer 1987. Kroger sold this location to Publix in 1988 when the Florida Choice division was dissolved, with Publix opening at this location on August 10, 1989.
582Earth Fare13024 Narcoosee RoadThe Shoppes at Nona PlaceOrlandoFL32832OrangeEarth Fare opened this location on September 29, 2018, just for this location to close a year and a half later on February 25, 2020 during the chain's liquidation. There were no buyers for this store at the bankruptcy auction, although not long after closing, it was announced that Bravo Supermarkets would open at this location. Bravo opened on December 18, 2020.
2557Winn-Dixie5410 Murrell RoadViera East Market CenterRockledgeFL32955BrevardOpened May 5, 2021, following an expansion of the former Earth Fare space. This was the last of the 8 Earth Fare and Lucky's Market stores purchased by SEG at auction in early 2020 to open.
3074Kmart14091 SW 88th StreetKendale Lakes PlazaMiamiFL33183Miami-DadeKmart opened at this location on November 3, 1977. The store was expanded in the early 1990's, and given a refresh again in 2007. This location is still open as of September 2021, being one of the last 2 Kmart stores in Florida, and one of the chain's last 15 stores nationwide.
7Winn-Dixie10915 Baymeadows RoadPoint Meadows PlazaJacksonvilleFL32256DuvalOriginally operating as a Winn-Dixie from 2003-2010, Winn-Dixie would continue to hold the lease for this store into the mid-2010's, at which point the company felt the time was right to reopen it. The new store would act as a "model store" for the company, featuring a new design and prototype. The new store opened in February 2016, and is a unique location with many high end amenities not seen anywhere else.
1754Publix3171 South Orange AvenuePlaza EccoOrlandoFL32806OrangeThis Publix originally opened as a Lucky’s Market store. Lucky’s operated at this location from February 2019 to February 2020, closing in Lucky’s bankruptcy following Kroger pulling out their investment in the company. Publix purchased this location along with 4 other former Lucky’s Market stores throughout Florida in March 2020 at Lucky’s bankruptcy auction, with the store officially opening as Publix in August 2021.

2229Winn-Dixie184 Marion Oaks Blvd.Marion Oaks Shopping CenterOcalaFL34473MarionOpened in 1992 as the first (and so far, only) supermarket serving the Marion Oaks community in southern Marion County. The store retained a partially preserved version of its original Neon Marketplace decor from its opening in 1992 until a remodel in late 2021.
7Publix1720 16th Street North
St. PetersburgFL33704PinellasPublix opened at this location in 1950, marking the chain's 7th location and first in St. Petersburg. This store lasted until 1982, when it was closed outright due to its size and age. A number of tenants cycled through this building after Publix left, with Family Dollar now occupying this location.
27Publix5420 9th Street North
St. PetersburgFL33703PinellasPublix opened at this location in 1955. This was a short lived store, with Publix moving to a newer, larger location at Gateway Mall up the road in 1963. After cycling through a number of tenants following Publix's departure, Walgreens took over the building in 1988, and has remained here ever since.
1427Publix2111 NE Capital CircleCapital CircleTallahasseeFL32308LeonOpened in 1993 as Bruno's. Bruno's sold this store to Publix in 1998 as part of that chain's exit from the Tallahassee market. The new Publix, store #689 opened in 1999. Publix #689 received minimal modifications from the building's Bruno's days, so a more major remodel was undertaken come 2014. The 2014 remodel closed the store for a number of months to gut and rebuild the interior, the reopened store taking on the store number 1427.
465Publix2300 South Chickasaw TrailChickasaw TrailsOrlandoFL32825OrangePublix opened this store in 1994 to serve a rapidly growing part of Eastern Orlando. With population growing and Publix adding numerous new stores to the area, Publix accidently out-competed themselves, with the newer locations stealing business from this older store. Due to that, Publix closed this location outright in September 2020, with Presidente Supermarket announcing their intent to take over the building in January 2021. Presidente's new store opened in September 2021.
662Winn-Dixie14275 South Tamiami TrailNorth Port (Village) Shopping CenterNorth PortFL34287SarasotaWinn-Dixie opened this location in 1979, and expanded it in the late 1980's to an early Marketplace prototype. This store was notable for being the last in the chain to retain the late 1980's Neon Marketplace decor, which it held on to until 2022.
202(1)Publix6420 N. University DriveUniversity CommonsTamaracFL33321BrowardOpened as a Publix October 6, 1977 and was replaced after only 9 years by Publix #302 a mile south of here on November 4, 1986. The old Publix building would become home to a few different tenants in the years following Publix's departure, but still retains many of Publix's original design traits.
172Publix4601 9th Street NorthNeapolitan Way Shopping CenterNaplesFL34103CollierPublix opened this store on August 28, 1996. This Publix is notable for being the last in the chain to contain the company's early 2000's decor package "Classy Market 1.0". Replacement plans for this store are currently active, although delayed indefinitely, which is why this store has gone so long without any major updates to the interior.
5759Walmart Neighborhood Market6177 S. Jog RoadLantana SquareLake WorthFL33467Palm BeachWalmart opened this store in 2008 at the site of a Winn-Dixie that closed in 1999. As of September 2022, this is one of the last known examples of a Walmart Neighborhood Market with the company's early 2000's decor.
HGMHitchcock's Green Market6765 22nd Avenue NorthTyrone Square MallSt. PetersburgFL33710PinellasLucky's Market opened at this location in June 2018, building on the site of the mall's former Sears anchor. Lucky's closed this location as part of the chain's bankruptcy declaration in early 2020, the store closing for good in February 2020. Hitchcock's bought this former Lucky's store at bankruptcy auction, and reopened it at a prototype "Hitchcock's Green Market" in July 2020. Hitchcock's Green Market closed for good in June 2022.
HMHitchcock's Market6005 US 301Hawthorne Square Shopping CenterHawthorneFL32640Palm BeachOriginally opening in 1986 as a location of Miller's Supermarket, Hitchcock's took over this location in 2001 to continuing serving the shoppers of Hawthorne.
119Publix110 Indian Lake BoulevardIndian Lake MarketplaceHendersonvilleTN37075SumnerOriginally opened in 1993 as Foodmax, a division of Alabama-based Bruno's. This store was sold to Albertsons in 1998 as part of the company's entrance into Nashville, and became store #4729. Albertsons closed this store when the company exited Nashville and the rest of Tennessee in 2002, selling this location to Publix as part of their entrance into Tennessee. Publix reopened this store on April 9, 2003.
2503Winn-Dixie27301 Wesley Chapel Blvd.The Centre at Wesley ChapelWesley ChapelFL33543PascoThis store originally opened as a Kash n' Karry in 2000, featuring the company's new "round prototype" with a unique circular floorplan inside. The store converted to Sweetbay Supermarket in the mid-2000's, and was one of 72 Sweetbay stores sold to Winn-Dixie in 2013. This is the last round prototype Kash n' Karry building to still feature its unique round floorplan in original form.
2234Winn-Dixie611 E. Main StreetApopka City CenterApopkaFL32703OrangeThis Winn-Dixie opened on August 16, 2023 as Winn-Dixie's second new store built from scratch in the 2020s. The opening of this store debuted a new decor package and new features to Winn-Dixie.
FRFood Ranch40 US 19Withlacoochee PlazaInglisFL34449LevyFood Ranch opened in 1985 and has served Inglis ever since, with minimal changes to the building since its opening.
3411Safeway8611 Steilacoom Blvd.Chambers CreekTacomaWA98498PierceThis Safeway originally opened as an Albertsons in 1984. It was included as one of 146 stores sold to Haggen following the Albertsons/Safeway merger in 2015, and spent a year as Haggen until that company had to declare bankruptcy due to its sudden growth after purchasing all of those stores. This store was one of 36 locations sold back to Albertsons at Haggen'a bankruptcy auction, purchased before Albertsons ultimately bought the remainder of Haggen's assets. Albertsons operated here until 2021, at which point the store switched banners to its sister chain Safeway following a remodel.
1973Sweetbay Supermarket7580 49th Street N.Park PlazaPinellas ParkFL33781PinellasThis store originally opened as a Publix on August 2, 1962. Publix operated from this building until January 20, 2010, when Publix moved across the street to a former Albertsons building. Following Publix's move, Sweetbay Supermarket took over this space, converting the building into one of Sweetbay's rare early 2010's prototypes featuring the "Sweetbay 2.0" decor. Sweetbay opened in 2011 and was closed in February 2013, just months before the remaining Sweetbay stores were sold to BI-LO Holdings (now Southeastern Grocers). After a 2 year vacancy, this space will filled by local Asian grocery MD Oriental Market, which opened in 2015.
2411Winn-Dixie6851 Gulfport Blvd. South
South PasadenaFL33707PinellasThe building housing this Winn-Dixie was constructed in 1978 as home to the first The Family Mart store in Florida, a new Food & Drug combination store owned by A&P. Following The Family Mart's pullout from Florida in 1987, this store was sold to Kroger, who converted it into a Florida Choice location. Florida Choice was dissolved in 1988, and the building was one of many West Coast Florida Choice stores sold to Kash n' Karry as part of Kroger's withdrawal from Florida. The Kash n' Karry was converted to a Sweetbay Supermarket in the mid-2000's and sold to Winn-Dixie in 2013 upon the retirement of the Sweetbay brand and Delhaize America's withdrawal from Florida. The Winn-Dixie opened in April 2014.
80Publix850 North Miami Beach Blvd.Jefferson Super CenterNorth Miami BeachFL33162Miami-DadePublix opened this store on May 31, 1962 to serve as the grocery component to the new Jefferson Super Center complex. The original Wing Store building was expanded to 35,000 square feet in the early 1980's, and outside of interior refreshes, maintained that size until its closure on June 9, 2021. Publix #1715, built next door on the site of the former Jefferson Super Store (later Kmart), replaced store #80 on June 10, 2021. Publix #80 was demolished shortly after its closure for a new Lowe's Home Improvement store.


  1. happy to have found this site former produce manager at 4372 sarasota

    1. on your planned store opening store 4457 was going to be in Sarasota fl on bee ridge and honore, your info is correct they sold the property to Sarasota county

    2. Thanks for the info! The planned Bee Ridge store is now in the table under store #4457. Albertsons really wanted to build that store from what I found online.

  2. Former employee of store 4310 worked their starting as cashier then went to the drug dept. and became a third man. Worked from 81 to 86 then left and came back in 87 for a few months worked as the meat deli manager. They strayed from their original business model and that's when it all fell apart. Worked with a lot of great people and wonder where they all ended up at.

  3. Very like very much this information for me. Thanks for this blog.

  4. I'd like to know if anyone can put me in touch with the owners of Albertson's which I believe in in Boise Idaho. I want to speak to their real estate liquidation department. Many thanks, Drmonty

    1. This blog is not affiliated with or endorsed by Albertsons, Safeway, or any of their other brands. It is only an independently run fan site to remember this history and legacy of Albertsons Florida. If you wish to contact Albertsons corporate, you can find their contact information at

    2. was it #4306 or $4354

  5. anyone know the store manager in the early 90's for the Bradenton Crossroads?

  6. I worked at store 4321 in Tampa starting in 1976 as a courtesy clerk and work my way all the way up to assistant drug manager. I was transferred to Store 4334 and Brandon where I was promoted to drug manager. I left the company in 1989 due to a change in the stores business and management strategies.

    1. Very interesting! It's always nice to hear from former employees of these stores.

    2. Wish you would update this chart. Trying to see if there are any Albertsons near Seminole or Largo in Oct., 202

    3. Albertsons doesn't have any stores anywhere in Florida anymore, and hasn't since 2016. This is a list of all the company's former locations.

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  8. Albertsons was my first job I started as a courtesy clerk then became a cashier then went to dairy stock and back to cashier. I was disappointed to say the least when they decided to leave FL. I would definitely work for Albertsons again if they ever decided to come back

  9. Who rembers me at coral springs store if so drop me a line I was there in 1982

    1. I remember you from florida but from 1983 and now we are moving to 2023, lots of years