Thursday, July 3, 2014

Links of stories regarding the groundbreaking for Whole Foods Market Englewood

Before groundbreaking Michael Tercha / Chicago Tribune / July 1, 2014
On Tuesday, a ceremonial groundbreaking was held at 63rd/Halsted for the groundbreaking of the Whole Foods Market expected to open in the spring of 2016. I've decided to compile some stories mainly those directly referencing the ground breaking and then other stories that mention the coming Whole Foods store and mainly focus on the Englewood neighborhood.
For that last link from DNA Info, we can always look at this development this way. Yeah Whole Foods is coming to the community, but what else will the store bring. Certainly in the new shopping center to be built other shops are coming. That article even noted that the City Colleges operated restaurant Sikia could benefit from the Whole Foods store.

Now some additional stories. The photo above I lifted from a Red Eye article that briefly mentions the groundbreaking and how homicides are going down in Englewood.

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