Whole Foods to open new Dadeland store next month

The Dadeland store will replace a smaller Whole Foods location one mile south in Pinecrest

Dec.December 16, 2017 11:00 AM

Whole Foods will open a new supermarket in Miami at 7930 Southwest 104 Street on Jan. 10.

Whole Foods will open its new supermarket in Miami’s Dadeland area on Jan. 10.

The 46,700-square-foot supermarket will open at 7930 Southwest 104 Street, next to a Target department store.

The new Whole Foods supermarket will replace a smaller one at 11701 South Dixie Highway in Pinecrest, scheduled to close Jan. 7.

The new Whole Foods store will open  in a former Winn-Dixie supermarket. Whole Foods will transfer 200 employees at the Pinecrest location to the new Dadeland location, where the company will hire another 70 employees.

The 32,300-square-foot Whole Foods store in Pinecrest is one mile south of the site of the new Dadeland store.

The Dadeland store will have an on-site gastropub, an Allegro coffee bar and lockers to pick up shipments from online retailer Amazon.

Amazon acquired Whole Foods in August for $13.7 billion. [Miami Herald] – Mike Seemuth

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