Each year, thousands of people who have visited our store for the first time, or moved to a place without Wegmans, write asking that we build a store in their town. Since we open just two or three new stores each year, it would be impossible to oblige every request.
Today, we have stores in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts, and North Carolina. You’ll see from our list of future projects that our new store growth is concentrated in the northeast and mid-Atlantic regions, though we will continue to upgrade or replace older stores in our more mature markets, like New York. There are other sites we are working on, but are not at liberty to disclose as yet.
Please note that some sites listed below are still in final stages of negotiation or waiting for municipal approvals, and opening dates are subject to change.
Harrison, NY: opening in spring
106-110 Corporate Park Drive in Westchester County
West Cary, NC
Davis Drive and Airport Boulevard in Wake County
Tysons Corner, VA
Capital Beltway and Route 123 in Fairfax County
Greenville – just outside the City of Wilmington at the intersection of Lancaster Pike and Barley Mill Road in New Castle County
Rockville – Rockville Pike and Halpine Road in Montgomery County
Middletown – Route 35 and King’s Highway in Monmouth County
Cary – Cary Towne Boulevard and Interstate 40 in Wake County
Chapel Hill – US Interstate 40 and Highway 15-501 in Orange County
Holly Springs – North Carolina Highway 55 and Ralph Stephens Road in Wake County
Wake Forest – Route 98 bypass, just east of Capital Blvd. in Wake County
Alexandria (Carlyle) – Eisenhower Ave. exit off Interstate 495 in Fairfax County
Arcola – Dulles West Blvd. and Loudoun County Pkwy. in Loudoun County
Reston – Dulles Toll Road (VA Route 267) and Reston Parkway in Fairfax County
Wisconsin Avenue (Fannie Mae) – Wisconsin Avenue and Rodman Street