Posts Tagged ‘Whole Foods’

Expect the effect — Whole Foods to make Jackson top spot

by Published: November 9,2012

Tags: economic development, Highland Village, JACKSON, retail, Whole Foods

Say what you will about Jackson, life is about to change in the capital city. Whole Foods broke ground last week on a new store, a 30,000-square-foot facility, in Jackson’s Highland Village that is expected to open near Thanksgiving of 2013. When it does open, it will automatically launch Highland Village into the No. 1 […] [...]

Whole Foods to break ground today in Jackson

by Published: November 8,2012

Tags: groundbreaking, Highland Village, Whole Foods

Whole Foods Market will break ground Thursday morning on its 30,000 square-foot store in Jackson’s Highland Village, the company said Tuesday. The groundbreaking ceremony will be held under a tent in Highland Village’s east parking lot. The store will sit between existing buildings at the shopping center and Old Canton Road. It will be the […] [...]

Read October 1 issue of MBJ

>> TRANSPORTATION Transportation commissioner Dick Hall on lonely campaign for better road maintenance— by Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >> MDOT Road commissioner open to options other than increasing pump prices— by Ted Carter >>RETAIL Whole Foods set to break ground in November— by Clay Chandler >> HEALTHCARE Analysis of Medicaid expansion under […] [...]

THE WHOLE PACKAGE — Whole Foods in Jackson could mean renaissance for Eastover, Fondren and other neighborhoods

Not quite a year ago, the folks who operate Highland Village got a phone call that brought some very good news for the shopping center in Northeast Jackson. On the line were officials from Austin, Texas-based Whole Foods Market, which sits at the top of the A-list of health food grocers. Whole Foods had decided […] [...]

Read the Feb. 27 issue of the MBJ online

In this week’s MBJ — THE WHOLE PACKAGE: How Whole Foods causes residential real estate to skyrocket. By Clay Chandler Also in this week’s paper: >> Charter Schools: Legislation passes … What’s next? — by Amy McCullough >> What makes a successful school: Is your school passing or failing? — by Amy McCullough >> In […] [...]

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