A lot of you are probably familiar with Walmart’s store at the Safeway Pharmacy on South Broadway.
You might also know that it’s one of the busiest spots in the city, serving more than 2.5 million people every day.
But now that Walmart is taking over the Safeways, you might be surprised to find out that the store is only a short walk from your grocery store.
That’s because this week, the store has officially moved from its old location on South Street to its new location at the intersection of S. Broadway and East Ninth Streets.
The reason for the move is that the pharmacy is being purchased by Safeway, the nation’s largest grocery chain.
As you might expect, the move to the new location will be a lot less busy, since there will be no more Safeway locations in the area.
The new Safeway pharmacy will be one of only a handful of new Walmart locations in Seattle that will be fully automated, meaning they will be able to handle everything from grocery orders to household care.
The only thing it won’t be able do is offer grocery delivery.
The pharmacy will still be open to the public on a limited basis, though, and will be open seven days a week.
Walmart has been experimenting with the new automated pharmacy, which has been a boon to the company’s bottom line.
According to a study by The Wall Street Journal, the new pharmacy will likely cost Walmart an average of $15 million annually.
However, that’s only because the company is paying for the automated pharmacy through the purchase of its own stock.
The other portion of the new Walmarts purchase, which is the new parking lot, is expected to be worth about $1.5 billion.