WINTER PARK— The Winter Park city commission has sanctioned a rezoning of a new 140,000-square-foot shopping complex, estimated at $28 million that would also include a new 40,000 square foot Whole Foods Market store.

The shopping complex that will be built on U.S 17-92 will house several tenants on its 140,000 square foot retail building space plus two outparcels (each about 4,000 square feet), and a two story parking covering a total of 10 acres. But, Whole Foods Market will be the main tenant with a 41,000 square foot building space and an outdoor dining area.

The city’s Planning and Zoning Commission has already approved rezoning and land use changes at the property located on U.S 17-92 at Lee Road to facilitate the building of a Whole Foods Market store by UP Development in spite of concerns from some commissioners about the proximity of the store to five homes situated right behind it.

The affected homes are located on Cherokee Avenue, and will be right behind the new Whole Foods Market store. UP Development has agreed to a 15 foot offset and an 8 foot wall separating the two.


Store location:

U.S 71-92 and Lee Road,
Winter Park, FL 32810