Source: Business Insider
Amazon is opening an 8,041-square-foot store in Washington, D.C., the Washington Business Journal reports. Amazon has revealed few details about the store, except that it’s expected to sell produce, alcohol, and prepared meals. The size of the store is intriguing. It’s expected to be about four times bigger than most Amazon Go stores, and roughly one third the size of a small Whole Foods store. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Amazon is opening a mysterious store about one mile from CEO Jeff Bezos ‘ $23 million home in Washington, D.C. A site plan indicates that the store will sell produce, alcohol, and prepared meals, such as breakfast wraps, waffles, burritos, and rice bowls, Mike Neibauer reports in the Washington Business Journal . The site plan also includes an area to park shopping carts and a “speed lane” for people to enter the store with a swipe, according to the report. Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment on its plans for the store.