Whole Foods to Open in Addison’s Village on the Parkway

by Steven Doyle

The building in Addison that was originally home to Sakowitz, and more recently a Bed, Bath and Beyond, will be the newest location for Whole Foods. This store will replace the aging location at Coit and Belt Line in Richardson.

“We signed a lease on a property in The Village on the Parkway Shopping Center, located at the Southeast corner of Belt Line Road and Dallas North Tollway, approximately three miles west of our Richardson store.,” said Marleen Maxie, the Richardson store manager.      

Maxie continued, “The Village on the Parkway in Addison is going through a major renovation and gives us the chance to build a larger, more modern store with room to grow. The new store will offer the same variety of high quality produce, prepared foods, meat, seafood, bakery and specialty items but will allow us the ability to provide even more products and services, and hopefully a few surprises. Even though our new store will be bigger, we will strive to maintain the same neighborhood market environment that we’ve had for the past several years.”

For those that recall, the building has two levels and would make an interesting grocery. The Richardson store will close to coincide with the Addison opening.



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