FALMOUTH — Walmart is expected to break ground this summer on a 32,000-square-foot expansion of its Route 1 store, according to Town Manager Nathan Poore.

The retailer’s consultants are putting the final touches on design plans that the Planning Board approved with conditions last fall, Poore said.

No building permit has been issued yet.

The store’s size will increase from 92,000 to 124,000 square feet, adding a grocery section, garden center and pharmacy.

The store’s next-door neighbor, the 10-screen Regal Cinemas, closed about a month ago and will be demolished to make way for the expansion.

Also, to avoid being in the middle of a construction site, the weekly Falmouth Farmers Market has moved to Village Park, located to the right rear of the store, Poore said.

The market, featuring about 20 growers and craftspeople, opens for the season on Wednesday.