A brand new Jonathan’s Grille restaurant will open in Gallatin as a part of the Outlets at Windsong growth anchored by Publix that opened in late 2021.
Jonathan’s Grille possession has bought 2.7 acres to construct the restaurant that can have greater than 300 seats and two patios. The purpose is to open by mid-March, based on Mason Revelette who owns Jonathan’s Grille with brother Curt Revelette.
The longer term restaurant will create 65-75 new jobs, Mason Revelette mentioned.
The Outlets at Windsong is a part of a mixed-use growth on the northwest nook of State Route 109 and South Water Avenue.
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Jonathan’s Grille will likely be the place State Route 109 and South Water Avenue meet, Revelette mentioned.
The brand new Publix retailer is about 48,000 sq. ft with about 31,550 sq. ft of small store house and extra outparcels.
“Gallatin has at all times been an ideal neighborhood, however the quantity of recent development and housing growth creates an exquisite long-term alternative for our household,” Mason Revelette mentioned.
The Revelettes additionally personal two The Rutledge eating places, one at Cool Springs in Franklin and one other that just lately opened in Nashville on the 4 Seasons Lodge & Residences.
A plan to construct 192 houses has been submitted for simply over 77 acres in Sumner County has been submitted to Gallatin planners.
The plan north of Hix Lane and east of Dobbins Pike seeks annexation into Gallatin and rezoning at the side of preliminary grasp growth plan approval.
Site visitors and the influence on slender Hix Lane is a priority, council and planning fee member Jimmy Overton mentioned after the plan was launched at a piece session.
Phasing, buffer yards, entry, offsite enhancements, open house and design are additionally particulars to be labored by way of, Planning Director William McCord mentioned.
The Miers Hill plan is scheduled to be heard by the planning fee July 25.
The plan proposes a mean of two.47 items per acre with minimal lot sizes at 6,000 sq. ft. Simply over 32% of the property can be preserved as open house.
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