Even though they’re about 30 miles and several cities away, the creators of a major live-work-play development in Plantation are excited about the changes to the retail landscape that will come from a gourmet supermarket chain under construction in Delray Beach and set to expand this year across South Florida.

The suits at US Capital Holdings Group, the firm behind the $300 million development at Broward’s former Fashion Mall, are applauding the Hawaiian shirt-clad executives at Trader Joe’s, the quirky retailer targeting South Florida for growth—at long last in the view of patrons accustomed to shopping at its other stores nationally.

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