Whole Foods work to temporarily close Old Canton entrance to Highland Village
The Old Canton Road entrance to Highland Village in Jackson will be temporarily closed, starting April 2.
White Construction Co., which is building the shopping center’s Whole Foods Market, will spend two weeks running new power lines for the natural foods grocer’s 30,000 square-foot building. The company will also resurface the adjacent parking area.
A Highland Village newsletter sent Friday said signs directing shoppers to other entrances will be erected while the work is being completed. Other access points include one on Northside Drive, Interstate 55’s frontage road and another entrance on Old Canton Road in front of Bravo! Italian Restaurant and Bar.
Whole Foods will sit to the east of Highland Village’s existing buildings. The store’s east side will run directly alongside and parallel to Old Canton Road. The front of the store will face north toward Northside Drive.
Jackson’s Whole Foods will be the first in Mississippi. Ground broke last November, with the store set to open this fall.