Chase Commercial, a division of property developer Chase Midland, has sold the final commercial unit at The Russells, the company's £20 million mixeduse development in Broadway.
It means Chase has completed the scheme's commercial section and brings the Cotswold town centre its first supermarket.
In redeveloping the former Gordon Russell works, Chase Midland and the local planning authority were keen to introduce a variety of amenities to Broadway which included a small supermarket.
With a development value of some £1.5 million, the food unit has been sold to Warners Retail, which will trade as Budgens and will open, upon completion of works, this summer.
Guy Warner of Warners Retail said: " We have worked closely with Chase Midland to ensure that the new supermarket will be sympathetic to its surroundings and are certain it will serve as an important asset to the town."
The commercial section of the new development comprises a total of six units. The first businesses to move into the scheme include The Russells restaurant, the Parish Council and local charity Sign Post, shortly to be followed by John Noott galleries and antique shops. Other important facilities coming to the site include a tourist information centre and the Gordon Russell museum, both due to open this summer.
Tim Haslam, managing director, Chase Commercial, said the deal presents "another milestone for the development and for Broadway in the form of a new supermarket."
He added: "Although predominantly a housing development built by Chase Homes, the success of The Russells - to date - clearly highlights that as a group, Chase Midland is ideally placed to take on mixed-use schemes and use its commercial and residential expertise to its full potential."