October 28, 2017 08:06 AM


Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett inaugurated the spacious ez-MARKET on West 38th Street and I-465.  Speaking on the occasion, Mr Hogsett said after closing of Marsh Supermarket the surrounding communities were cut off from access to affordable nutritious food. But in the face of reality "our community has rallied. We are taking innovative approaches to find new solutions to feeding Indianapolis. With the opening of the e-zMARKET it could provide affordable food for the 90,000 surrounding residents in the radius of three kilometer."

"We are today celebrating the grand opening of e-zMARKET, along with the renovated Eagle Creek Center" said the Mayor who described it, a great name "Easy Market!" The center would now humming with activities with five new business houses creating 40 full and part-time jobs.
Mr Joe Hogsett among with GKS Investments CEO Gurinder Singh Khalsa visited these new stores.GKS Investments developed ez-MARKET.

Among those who attended the opening ceremony were Senator Mike Delph, representatives for the office of Congressman Andre Carson, Senator Victoria Spartz and Congress candidate Diego Morales.
“The new e-zMARKET will fill the ‘food desert’ that’s existed in the Eagle Creek area since Marsh Supermarkets closed,” said Gurinder Singh Khalsa. “The new store will be a full-service market that sells a wide range of groceries and fresh produce.”

GKS Investments, Inc., bought the deserted 17,000 square-foot Eagle Creek Centre in July 2016 and immediately began enlisting tenants for the plaza that had been vacant for many years. “Eagle Creek Centre has been renovated and is now fully leased,” according to Khalsa. “

Khalsa, who is Chairman of Sikhs Political Action Committee, sees e-zMARKET and the entire Eagle Creek Centre as being vital to the resurgence of the west side community.

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