Ross Crabtree, Daniel Burkhardt, Christopher Hammette, Pat Orman and Pat Carney.
Brittany Culbreth, Anita Prewitt, Allison Brown, Katie Bronkhorst and Julie Hargrove.
Steve Crosby, Fran Pepis and Phillip Elson.
Jeff Auld and Marjorie Davis.
Julie Bohn Howard, Wyman Duggan and Vince McCormack.
Kyle Stoudenmire and Cheyne Solesbee.
Anthony Wasloski and Heidi Jameson.
Jason Zook, warehouse manager of the new store, held the same position at the Town Center Costco.
Clothes sit perfectly stacked and waiting for today’s store opening. The store is at 8000 Parramore Road on the Westside.
Workers prepare flowers in advance of today’s grand opening. Perishable items were the last goods stocked at the store, which started receiving merchandise about three weeks ago.
The parking lot at the new Costco has 684 spaces, 30 fewer than the store at St. Johns Town Center.
The Costco gas station
The new Costco will have all full-service checkouts.
The new Costco features an area promoting items sold online.
The meat and produce area.
Books stacked neatly await customers.
A hot dog and a drink still sells for $1.50 at Costco.
Costco Wholesale Southeast Regional Marketing Manager Kelly Frasure
The services at the new Costco are clustered together.
A look at the Bar X lighted countertop where guests can enjoy a new happy hour when the restaurant opens Feb. 8
Bistro Aix will reopen Feb. 8 after months of construction. The restaurant received 28 inches of flooding inside.
Inside, Bistro Aix will feature a lighter color pallet, which includes natural woods, tans and exposed brick in addition to new paint and flooring.
Familiar furniture from the restaurant was saved after being damaged by Hurricane Irma. Instead of the origional dark wood finish, the chairs were restored to a natural wood to brighten up the restaurant.