After months of construction delays, Midtown’s long-awaited Whole Foods mega-store is on track to open April 5.

Whole Foods Market’s South Region President Bobby Turner broke the news Tuesday during Midtown Alliance’s annual meeting at the Fox Theatre.

The more than 70,000-square-foot, high-end grocery store—sited at the corner of 14th and West Peachtree street—will be the largest Whole Foods in the Southeast.

The much-anticipated market, which Midtown leaders maintain could be one of the “biggest connection hubs for the Midtown community,” is slated to include a pub, cooking school, microbrewery, and eateries.