Whole Foods Market: Another testament to urban core's growth
While a Whole Foods Market spokesperson said the organic and natural foods grocer has no details to share about the One Riverside Jacksonville store, retail brokers say it will draw from the neighborhood, the core Downtown and the Southbank.
Plus, Whole Foods does its homework before choosing a site.
“Whole Foods choosing Brooklyn as their third area location is another testament to the growth we’re seeing within that trade area and the urban core as a whole,” said Carrie Smith, senior vice president of retail for the Franklin Street real estate company.
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