New Whole Foods store helps round out North Loop neighborhood

  • Article by: Jim Buchta , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 21, 2013 - 11:12 PM

The opening of a Whole Foods market in the neighborhood is a key addition that will piggyback on a housing and retail boom.

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dsteinbe1977Sep. 21, 13 5:26 PM

It's about time Whole Foods open this store.

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chooseanameSep. 21, 1311:20 PM

If Forbes calls someone a hipster, does that make them a hipster, or not a hipster? I get confused.

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rosethedogSep. 22, 13 9:09 AM

Just remember, hipster or not, Whole Foods is a non-union supermarket if you care, which you should if you enjoy your week-ends!

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goldenmplsSep. 22, 1310:03 AM

Nice to see that corner redeveloped - but have to say that since I live near Loring Park I'm much more thankful to have a Lunds near me than a Whole Foods!

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grunkiejrSep. 22, 1311:46 AM

Rosethedog--Thanks, I didn't realize Whole Foods was non-union. I'll make sure to visit it more frequently.

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dtmonkeyboySep. 22, 13 9:08 PM

How can this be.....Republicans have told me the city is dying? If just one of the 80+ neighborhoods has $150 million private investment could it be that they were wrong? Perhaps the truth is they don't like positive change? Perhaps their goal is to promote negativity instead of doing anything constructive.....meanwhile Minneapolis is thriving without you.

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