Monday, October 7, 2019

Whole Foods’ Coast-to-Coast Expansion

Winsight Grocery Business
Whole Foods Market said it would open a new Mid-Atlantic flagship store in Tysons Corner, Va., on Oct. 30, as well as three additional stores in West Seattle, Beverly, Mass., and Long Beach, Calif., this month. In November, the Austin, Texas-based grocer belonging to Amazon plans to open new stores in Tempe, Ariz., and Parsippany, N.J.

While the Tysons Corner store in The Boro (1635 Boro Place) will be a 70,000-square-foot destination, featuring an in-store food hall with various cuisines, a bar and game room, as well as an expansive selection of grocery items, prepared foods and products from local suppliers, the additional five stores are more modest—ranging in size from 34,500 square feet (Beverly) to 47,000 square feet (Parsippany). . . . more