After more than six years of wait and planning, construction and delays., Prince George County’s first Whole Foods Market will open tomorrow (Wednesday).

The store will bring 170 new jobs to the county and will also give Route 1 corridor a high-end grocer where they can buy natural and organic products.

The new Whole Foods store brings a $250 million development that when completed will be a town center of sorts with single- and multifamily homes, restaurants and retail in a growing part of the county with access to Metro’s Green Line, a network of trails, and the University of Maryland College Park campus.

More here on the Washington Post.

You can take Route One Ride to get to the new store. The Route 1 Ride operates along the Baltimore Avenue Corridor and includes a brand new stop at Riverdale Park Station.