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Before opening, Whole Foods emerges as a symbol of progress in Pr. George’s

The promise of living within walking distance of Whole Foods Market was a deciding factor for Keenan and Laura Keeling in their decision to move from Takoma Park to suburban Prince George’s County.

Their newly remodeled 1940s Cape Cod in University Park was their dream home — spacious, in a safe neighborhood, close to the District and more affordable than other options in the Washington region. But it lacked a city-center feel they also wanted.

“Once we saw that the Whole Foods was coming in, we said great,” said Keenan Keeling, 35, who owns a software development firm in Takoma Park. The couple moved just two blocks from the future Whole Foods, and they anticipate that the new development accompanying the store will create an urban feel in a suburban neighborhood.

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