Expected to open in summer 2014, this brand new Whole Foods location at 700 The Alameda will boast the company’s most exciting architectural design to date. Silicon Valley Business Journal has reported that it will be the first Whole Foods to feature an on-site microbrewery. Other features include a rooftop garden for growing hops and more than 27,000-square-feet for produce.

Although its first plans were approved in 2005, property negotiations and designing obstacles delayed its development. This is the latest in Whole Foods’ South Bay area expansion. The Austin-based grocery store, which was a pioneer in offering unprocessed and unrefined foods, opened its first store in San Jose on Blossom Hill Road in 2010. This year, the company has attempted to reconcile the negative “Whole Foods? More like whole pay check” stigma by lowering prices and offering more discounted options to cater to value conscious consumers.