ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A new commissary and Navy Exchange complex is opening at Naval Support Activity Annapolis.

An opening ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday.

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Construction of the new complex began in February 2013. The project has increased the size of the commissary from 25,800 square feet to about 51,500 square feet.

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The new complex includes an outdoor garden area, a barber shop, a beauty shop, an optical store, a jewelry store and a food court. There also is a Navy Federal Credit Union branch.

Commissaries and exchanges are open to active duty military members, retirees and their families. The complex is expected to serve a customer base of more than 84,800 authorized shoppers, including active duty, national guard and reserve, retirees and their family members within 20 miles of the store.

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