Company is aiming to open 20 stores across the country this year
By Bob Berwyn
SUMMIT COUNTY —While Frisco is just starting a public process to get feedback on the possibility of developing a new grocery store on the town-owned interstate parcel, Whole Foods Market announced Wednesday that it has signed a lease for a new store, subject to review and approval by local authorities.
“It’s official. We’re definitely taking a look at it,” said spokesman Ben Friedland (formerly with Copper Mountain). More info on the town’s process is online at the Frisco Government website.
The lease is with Boulder-based Brynn Grey Partners LTD, an entity controlled by local developer David O’Neil. The deal has been in the works for a year and was announced as part of a Whole Foods Market quarterly earnings statement. Seven other new stores, averaging about 30,000 square-feet each, are also in the works. All are in urban or suburban locations. (more…)
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