DELRAY BEACH — A smaller version of popular grocery chain Whole Foods, one that carries items at a lower cost, is due to open in Delray Beach. Expect new restaurants as well once a makeover is complete at the plaza at Linton Boulevard east of Interstate 95.
Delray Plaza, an 85,000-square-foot mixed-use plaza at 660 W. Linton Blvd., is undergoing a redesign that will bring in 365 by Whole Foods Market, breakfast and brunch cafe First Watch and Mediterranean eatery Zoes Kitchen, plaza owner S.J. Collins Enterprises said.
Whole Foods Market 365, a smaller-format store with lower prices than the original Whole Foods Market, will take the 30,000-square-foot space held by Palm Beach Gym. It will be the first 365 by Whole Foods in Florida, according to the grocery chain’s website.
The plaza will also be home to the sixth Palm Beach County location for the popular Florida-based restaurant First Watch. And the first Zoes Kitchen on the east coast of South Florida, according to its website.
Pet Supplies Plus, Pollo Tropical and Subway, and other retail and office tenants, already at Delray Plaza will remain in place, according to the developer.