We already know about the 16-tap taproom. But what about the bottles and cans?
A photo tour inside the new Whole Foods Market, set to open next week on North College Avenue in Fayetteville.
Officials this week announced plans to include a 16-tap beer and wine bar inside the new Fayetteville location.
A decision to add an extra 5,000 square feet to the store is partially to blame for the delay.
The opening of the region’s first Whole Foods Market will not happen this fall.
An updated merchandising plan shows six executed contracts for businesses that plan to occupy the various spaces being built alongside the new grocery store.
City officials last week held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the early construction stages of the new College Marketplace project, set to be built in north Fayetteville.
The groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 13 at 3535 N. College Ave., just south of Millsap Road and the new flyover bridge.
Whole Foods Market officials have confirmed the company’s plans to open a new grocery store in Fayetteville.
City Council members tonight agreed to pay $150,000 for a traffic signal at College Avenue and Masonic Drive in an effort to help lure Whole Foods Market to Fayetteville.
City Council members next month will consider spending $150,000 to encourage a major national retailer to build a store in Fayetteville.
Ozark Natural Foods officials said they welcome the competition that Whole Foods might bring to Fayetteville.
Plans have emerged for what looks to be a Whole Foods Market on College Avenue in Fayetteville.
Fayetteville planning officials said no plans for the development have been submitted for preliminary review, so any deal in the works is likely far from done.