College Avenue Access Approved For Possible Whole Foods Site

Action Resolves One Issue For Possible Whole Foods Store

Posted: April 15, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Developers of a supermarket-anchored shopping center at 3535 N. College Ave. got the green light Monday for two driveways and a new traffic signal where a Whole Foods Market could go.

At a Glance

Planning Commission

Also on Monday, the Fayetteville Planning Commission:

• Approved plans for a 64,000-square-foot memory care center on 16.6 acres north of the Culpepper Place nursing home;

• Permitted a new farm-to-table restaurant called the Farmer’s Table Cafe at 1079 S. School Ave.; and

• Elected Tracy Hoskins as commission chairman and Ron Autry as commission vice chairman for the rest of 2014.

Source: Staff Report

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