Whole Foods Gets Approval to Build in Brooklyn

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Brooklyn’s first Whole Foods supermarket will open its doors in the spring of 2013, The Daily News Reports.

The chain received the cities nod of approval to begin construction on 52,000 square foot store – about five times bigger than what zoning regulations would otherwise approve – at Gowanus Canal this wednesday.

Read more at the Daily News.

2 Responses to “Whole Foods Gets Approval to Build in Brooklyn”

  1. Industry City at Bush Terminal
    March 1, 2012 at 5:18 PM #

    It will be great having Whole Foods right here in Brooklyn! We can’t wait until 2013.

  2. Gowanus
    March 4, 2012 at 6:44 PM #

    Gowanus to Bush Terminal:
    We won’t be able to breath here with the 10,000 additional car trips per day that Whole Foods predicts in their traffic study. Why have you wished this on us? You are polluting our air so you can eat organic foods.

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