SEE: Publix to open in Orlando’s Packing District next year

ORLANDO, Fla. — Dr. Phillips Charities, the builder behind the $700-million Packing District project in Orlando, announced on Wednesday that a Publix will occupy the supermarket space in the Packing District.

The 27,512 square foot store will be located at the northeast corner of Princeton Street and Orange Blossom Trail.

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“When we began looking at the Packing District we defined success by one simple measure, bringing Publix into the district. We knew that if we had their commitment the project would be a success,” said Ken Robinson, president and CEO of Dr. Phillips Charities.

The Publix sits on the same location as the original Dr. Phillips packing house. It will feature traditional grocery, dairy and frozen food departments along with a full-service bakery, deli, pharmacy, seafood, meat and a fresh produce department.

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Officials said construction on the store is expected to begin in mid-2022.

See a map of the store below:


Katlyn Brieskorn, WFTV.com

Katlyn Brieskorn is a Digital Assignment Editor at WFTV. She joined Channel 9 in July 2019.