Trader Joe’s Begins Vertical Construction In South Beach (Photos)

Nearly seven months after work got underway, Trader Joe’s in South Beach is beginning the vertical phase of construction.

The project broke ground in April 2017.

 

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Here’s a right-sized project that’s welcome in South Beach.

Anonymous
3 years ago

nice to have some more variety. wish they would also open up a marky’s or other gourmet small venue grocery now that epicure closed that would complement the publixs, new whole foods, this, and fresh market.

Yohan Perez
3 years ago

Hellooooo! These SOBs are trying to close down Alton court!! That back alley sometimes saves lives when Alton and West are jam packed. Effin corrupt bastards with no regard to public good and all about liningtheir own pockets.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Get out of your car. This is South Beach. Use your feet once in a while.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The alley will not be closed… it runs through the building… the 3rd and 4th levels crosses over the alley like bridge.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Can’t wait!

Mainland
3 years ago

So I guess this is why Epicure closed.

Kathleen
3 years ago

Traders Joe’s is a very inexpensive whole foods with more variety in the food dept. They have their own brand of most of the products there and they have a shuttle tasty inexpense healthy frozen foods. Go in for the free coffee * snacks and look around. You’ll be hooked, definety worth a few extra steps

Shawn
3 years ago

Why does everyone get excited by Trader Joe’s? It comes from the same distribution center that prepares Aldi items. It’s a Aldi Store with a different name and product line owned by Aldi

Mainland
3 years ago

I tried Trader Joe’s once in Los Angeles. Didn’t see what all the buzz was about.