The former ShopRite store in the Snyder Plaza shopping center in South Philadelphia's Pennsport neighborhood will be gutted and renovated to accommodate a new Acme supermarket.

Slated to open in summer 2017, the new ACME will incorporate a Starbucks cafe, as well as a beer and wine shop, according to a statement Thursday from the supermarket chain and the Goldenberg Group, which owns the property.

The 54,415-square-foot retail space has been vacant since late summer, when ShopRite relocated to a bigger store on Oregon Avenue formerly occupied by a Pathmark. The space will be renovated with an updated facade and new points of entry, Goldenberg spokesman Bryan Evans said in an interview.