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It's official: the grocery chain to end all grocery chains, Whole Foods, will be opening the doors to its Tribeca store at 101 Warren Street July 9th. That means there's less than two months to go until cashiers start ringing at NYC's second-largest Whole Foods yet (second only to Bowery). The 69,000-square-foot location will feature a
fromegerie Shawarma station and dining area on a mezzanine level; we're still waiting for more juicy details to leak. As you can see from the gallery above, things are really coming together down on Greenwich and Murray. We have signage!
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