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Commercial Realty Services, a Mt. Juliet-based developer, recently announced construction has started on the first of two mixed-use buildings that will help form the company’s Providence Station development.
Providence Station, when completed, will be a modern mixed-use development that will feature about 45,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and office space, along with a 100-room Marriott Courtyard hotel. The Courtyard is currently under construction and projected to open in the summer.
Nashville-based MJM Architects designed the mixed-use building and Commercial Realty has tapped Biscan Construction to serve as the project’s general contractor.
Commercial Realty also announced Bank of Tennessee and Three Dog Bakery signed on to be a part of the project, joining Burger Republic, who committed last year.
Bank of Tennessee will occupy about 4,000 square feet in what will be the bank’s third branch location in Middle Tennessee. This will be the second Middle Tennessee franchise of the Kansas City-based Three Dog Bakery, adding to their existing location next to Whole Foods in Cool Springs. Three Dog Bakery will occupy about 2,350 square feet.
“We are thrilled to have such a strong group of tenants to anchor our first building and are very excited to get them open for business this fall,“ said development partner Will Tyner. “Our goal from the beginning with this project has been to attract tenants that provide some unique offerings and I think these three give us a great start.”
Bank of Tennessee opened in Kingsport in 1974 by William B. Greene Jr. and his father, William B. Greene Sr. Since that time, Bank of Tennessee has grown to include 20 branches throughout East and Middle Tennessee and an operations center located near the TriCities Regional Airport.
“I am extremely excited to be heading up our entry into Wilson County and Mt. Juliet,” said Jason Loggins, senior vice president and Wilson County market president. “Not only is this a market that continues to flourish at a rapid pace, it is my hometown and where I have chosen to raise my family. I have established many relationships over the years here, and I hope to continue to build relationships through Bank of Tennessee for generations to come.”
Three Dog Bakery anticipates opening its doors in mid-October.
Three Dog Bakery carries specialty dog food and all-natural rawhide, toys, grooming supplies, collars, leashes and beds. The store also features a pastry case full of fresh-baked adorable and healthy treats, Three Dog Bakery carries premium brands of dog food and treats that are all- natural and have carefully balanced nutrition, most of which are made completely in the United States. A few of the brands Three Dog Bakery carries include are Acana, Orijen, Fromm, Stella & Chewy’s and Primal. The fresh-baked treats are made without added fillers, dyes, or preservatives.
The Mt. Juliet store will be owned and run by the Kessinger family, who also live in Wilson County. The Kessingers – Kevin, Jean and their daughter, Leslie – lived in Kansas City for 13 years and love the Three Dog Bakery brand.
To learn more about Commercial Realty Services, visit crsnashville.com. To learn more about Bank of Tennessee, visit bankoftennessee.com. To learn more about Three Dog Bakery, visit threedogbakerynash.com.
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