It's your day Cheshire, Connecticut. You can walk out of your home today with the knowledge that you have a new bragging right over everyone in the towns surrounding you - Cheshire is the location for the next new Whole Foods Market in Connecticut.

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Is it just me, or does Amazon choose only the most prestigious cities and towns in Connecticut to build their facilities? Amazon has reportedly been whiffing Middlebury for one of their massive distribution facilities for the past couple of years, and now I've just learned that a new Whole Foods Market will finally be built on a piece of land that's been rumored to be developed for decades. According to Yahoo Finance, Regency Centers, a national owner/builder/operator of shopping centers, has purchased that strip of precious land in Cheshire that sits alongside 691 near the Rt.10/Highland Ave intersection in town. Gear up for a massive influx of customers Viron Rondo, because it's not just a Whole Foods Market, Regency will also build a 'Master-planned community', dubbed Stone Bridge Crossing.

Stone Bridge Crossing - Cheshire will not only have Connecticut's latest Whole Foods market, a TJ Maxx has been announced, as well as a few mystery minor retailers. The bigger news is that Stone Bridge Crossing will feature 140 town and carriage houses, 300 multi-family homes, and a 125-room Homewood Suites hotel.

Take that Waterbury, Naugatuck, Southington, Wallingford, and Meriden. You have all lost the great Next Whole Foods Market in Connecticut Battle to the 'Bedding Plant Capital of Connecticut', Cheshire. How do you like them Tulips?

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