America’s Healthiest Grocery Store is coming to Downtown Miami. The Whole Foods Market will celebrate their grand opening on January 14th. They will open the store with the traditional bread breaking ceremony at 9am. Customers will enjoy live Latin beats to get la fiesta started! First 500 customers will receive a Whole Foods Market gift card of mystery value with one lucky customer receiving a $500 gift card!
Whole Foods Market finally opening is yet another piece of the jigsaw for Brickell and Downtown to become Miami’s top spot. This 41,000 square-foot store natural food supermarket at 299 SE Third St, will help attract more people to this part of town. For those contemplating moving to Miami, this area has become their top choice and that is why apartment rentals have risen by 45% in the last 4.5 years in this area. As more attractions are completed in the area demand can only increase. Here is more information about the Whole Foods Market :
According to Herald :
“The 41,000 square-foot store at 299 SE Third St., in Miami, will open January 14, the company said Monday. It will be the company’s 22nd location in Florida.Three additional stores will open every two weeks through the end of February. They are: Whole Foods Market Pompano Beach, 2411 N. Federal Hwy, Jan. 28; Whole Foods Market Davie, 1903 University Dr., Feb. 11; and Whole Foods Market West Palm Beach, 1845 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Building C, Feb. 25.” written by Ina Paiva Cordle.
According to New Times :
“ Juan Nunez, president of Whole Foods’ Florida region is looking forward to the company’s expansion in South Florida, saying, “with these four new stores, we’ll be able to offer our customers more local, natural and organic food options, introduce new and exciting products, and give back to the local communities that have embraced us.” The art-deco inspired Downtown Miami location is designed to reflect the community it’s located in, with a special emphasis on local vendors and flavors.” written by Laine Doss.
According to Miami.com :
“Whole Foods set out to connect with Miami culture at this particular location by recruiting edgy street artists to paint a series of murals throughout the parking garage with themes inspired by the company’s myriad missions. The group project is dubbed “Will Work for Food.” “It’s really important to us to buy from local farmers, sell local products and support the local community, which includes local artists,” said Miranda Peterson, Regional Art Director for Whole Foods Market. Urban art is a big part of Miami so it was a natural fit to feature some in our new store.” written by Galena Mosovich.
According to BizJournals :
“The Whole Foods Market will serve up extra veggies at its new store coming to downtown Miami. Jugofresh, a Miami-based store that serves cold-pressed juices, smoothies and vegan foods, will open its fifth storefront Jan. 14, the same day that the grocery store debuts at the same location.” written by Emon Reiser.
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