The long-rumored downtown Trader Joe's is actually, finally about to open, everybody. The Chronicle reports that the purveyor of peanut butter-stuffed pretzels and cheap wine intends to open a new San Francisco on the corner of 4th and Market this coming October.

Located in the basement of Old Navy, the 15,000-square-foot space is adjacent to numerous public transit options and will likely be a hit for those living nearby who don't feel like making the trek to the Trader Joe's on 9th and Brannan.

The lack of parking at the forthcoming spot (a similar dearth led the company to abandon plans for a Castro location in 2011) isn't all that's unique about the new store — company spokesperson Alison Mochizuki told the Chron that, like at other locations, there will be murals that reflect the neighborhood. Curbed, meanwhile, suggests that the grocery store "could turn into a fraught and somewhat grimy shopping experience" — à la the City Target at 4th and Mission.

Applications are currently being accepted, and doors are scheduled to open to the public on October 14.

Previously: Trader Joe's Might Be Coming To 4th And Market