The proposed new Wawa will be located at the corner of Ulmerton and Starkey roads.
Plans for the proposed Wawa at the corner of Ulmerton and Starkey roads continue to move forward. The popular convenience store from the Northeast is known for its built-to-order hoagies, fresh-brewed coffee, breakfast sandwiches and fresh produce. Largo approved the development order for the proposed 5,537-square-foot gas and convenience store Nov. 9. The pre-construction meeting for the Wawa at Ulmerton Crossing is planned for this week. The 2.46-acre site is located at 8910 Ulmerton Rd. The city is currently reviewing building plans for the project, Planner Thomas Wojtkiw said. The Wawa is part of a larger 11-acre retail project. Plans for the shopping center include a proposed Walmart Neighborhood Market and possibly two more retail …
The 11-acre commercial retail center in Largo will have a Walmart Neighborhood Market, Wawa, and possibly two more stores, according to a Realtor's website.
A proposed Wawa is planned for an 11-acre parcel at the southwest corner of Ulmerton and Starkey roads in Largo. The popular convenience store from the Northeast will be part of a proposed retail center, according to Largo's community development website. A Realtor's sign on the parcel shows a grocery store and possibly two more stores will make up the proposed retail center. The grocer will be a Walmart Neighborhood Market, according to an information sheet on the Belleair Development Group's website. The other two proposed retail spaces are still available, according to a sign on the property. What do you think about having a Walmart and Wawa together in the same shopping center? Let us know in the comments. Related Coverage: