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Whole Foods concept store opening at 300 Ashland in Brooklyn

Two Trees Management announced that the first tri-state location of 365 by Whole Foods Market will open at Two Trees’ 300 Ashland, located in the Brooklyn Cultural District steps from BAM, Fort Greene Park and the Barclays Center.

“Our vision for 300 Ashland was to create a place that not only offers a unique living experience but would also become an exciting destination for culture and a place where the community comes together,” said Jed Walentas, principal at Two Trees Management. “365 will be a welcome addition to the Brooklyn Cultural District and we’re proud to bring another amenity to this growing part of Brooklyn.”

The new 365 store, scheduled to open in early 2018, will feature the same standards as Whole Foods Market and will offer high quality products at a great value, including ready-to-eat meals and snacks, fresh produce, meat, seafood, cheese, beer and pantry items.

The grocer currently has three 365 stores on the West Coast: in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, Bellevue, Washington, and Lake Oswego, Oregon.

Whole Foods Market was represented by Jacqueline Klinger of SCG Retail in this transaction.

Designed by architect Enrique Norten, the 379 residences at 300 Ashland opened in summer 2016. The 35-story building will feature a 20,000 s/f public plaza, four BAM Cinema screens, a branch of the Brooklyn Public Library, and cultural space for 651 ARTS and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA).

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