The Retail Design Institute, the industry’s largest association for retail design professionals, has recognized the WHOLE FOODS MARKET SUBDURY for excellence in design and execution. The project will be inducted into the RDI’s “Class of 2017” at the 47th Annual Awards Gala taking place in New York City. Kudos to Whole Foods and their design team at Jacobs.
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Looks like there are new kids headed to the block! Four, soon to be favorite, food spots will be joining Whole Foods at Meadow Walk Sudbury starting this summer.
This July, Mooyah a fast-casual restaurant with the best burger in town, and Oak Barrel Tavern a rustic gastropub with gourmet comfort food and a large selection of draft beers, bourbon and whiskeys, will be opening.
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The brand-new facility at 536 Boston Post Road replaces the grocer’s former location in Wayland, which closed in February. The store is a key component – and the first milestone – of one of the largest developments in Sudbury’s history, the reuse of 50 acres formerly home to defense contractor Raytheon.
The project includes a 250-unit apartment building, a 48-unit memory care assisted-living facility, and 57 condos for those age 55 and older. Some housing units are expected to come online as early as winter and spring of 2018, while the entire project should be complete by next year’s end.
Shops and restaurants near the Whole Foods are scheduled to open by early summer 2018. National Development and Avalon Bay Communities are partnering for the project, known as Meadow Walk Sudbury