Across the nation “big box” groceries are opting for smaller neighborhood driven models. The second in line location for the locally owned Harvest Market franchise seeks to capitalize on this trend. The design emphasizes a smaller footprint and more intimate space making reflecting the consumer needs of its immediate neighborhood. Rather than 40,000 sf, this market, the anchor tenant of the in line mall, this 14,000 sf market including eat-in deli, prepared foods, dairy, meat/fish, produce, wine and beer, and nutritional supplements packs a lot into a small space. The warm finish palette, dimmable lighting scheme, lower ceilings, cozy departmental areas and short check-out lines support the intimate shopping experience.