CHICAGO, Jan. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Whole Foods Market, led by its Regional President, Michael Bashaw, along with the Novak team, welcomed the first wave of new customers at its traditional bread-breaking ceremony yesterday.
After twenty years in a 40,000sf space in Rice Lake Square Shopping Center, Whole Foods moved to a much larger location. Novak Construction spearheaded the new Danada Square East store that boasts 55,000 square feet, and aisles filled with nearly 1500 varieties of wines, beers and spirits. The new store also features a coffee bar serving made-to-order lattes, chai, cappuccinos and espresso, as well as a Lunch Room and Gelato Bar. The exciting new element is the Butterfield Tap Room, highlighted bya vast selection of local and hard-to-find beers on 24 rotating taps, as well as a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner options.
"This relocated store is bigger and brighter, and our team knows how to achieve Whole Foods target construction goals," noted Novak's Project Director, Steve Bykowski. "We are also proud to partner with such a community-minded client." Several times a year, Whole Foods hosts "community giving days" with partial proceeds being donated to a local non-profit or local educational organization.
In addition to Bykowski, the project team was supplemented by Project Superintendent, Dan Evans; Project Manager, Mimi Novak; Asst. Project Manager, Trevor Stoltz, and Project Administrator, Angela Campisi.
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