The $12 million Harris Farm Markets Albury store will officially open on Friday.
The Sydney-based grocer has donned the Young Street supermarket as their "flagship" store and is the largest of their 24 stores across the country taking up 4450 square metres of the former Bunnings Warehouse building.
Harris Farm Markets chief executive Tristan Harris has made the trip to Albury multiple times during the store build and said he can't wait to show it off to the Border community.
"At Harris Farm Markets we are dedicated to seasonal, gourmet, fresh food and pantry items," he said.
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"And we have been working round-the-clock to ensure as many of our suppliers as possible are Australian and, more specifically, locally based.
"Harris Farms Markets Albury is so much more than just a marketplace.
"We have invited local artists, designers and even school kids to help create a country funfair atmosphere inside that is totally unique."
The grocer has created 150 new local jobs and will be open every day from 7am to 10pm.