We're watching a construction project take shape directly across the street from UCEC headquarters: a new Sprouts Farmers Market. The grocery store will open in 2017, and according to the Arvada Press, will feature an open format with a coffee and sandwich cafe.
VP of Business Operations Evan Coulter is looking forward to enjoying healthy food nearby as well as having another lunch option in the area. Operations Support Manager Paula Zangari says Sprouts' variety of lunch options will be welcome (soups, subs, wraps).
Here are two pictures of the retail store taking shape:
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