By Chris Heady
After months of renovation, the Corinth Square Hen House is nearly ready to declare “mission complete.”
The interior renovations that began Sept. 20, 2012, will come to a conclusion June 12 when the store has a Grand Opening event for what they consider to be a “state of the art” store.
The store has been completely rebuilt, “wall to wall, floor to floor,” said Corinth store manager Lee Snavely.
The renovations included the removal of the Chinese food station at the southeast corner of the store. The elimination of that area as well as the reconfiguration of other spaces made the store feel more spacious, with wider aisles.
The new Hen House is also sporting a new look with an exterior wooden sign, repainting of the entire store and rearranging the entrances, exits and aisles.
With the Corinth renovations complete, Hen House executives will soon be looking at another major project in Prairie Village — the renovation and expansion of the Village Shops store. But the company says it is still working on the renovation plans and timeline for the Village Shops project.