By Aaron Moody
January 26, 2017
After two years of restaurants and retail spaces filing in on the other side of Jones Sausage Road, the northwest corner of White Oak is nearing capacity and the handful of open spots appear to be going fast.
Chipotle is nearing completion, expected to open in the far right side of the four-tenant building at the corner of Jones Sausage and U.S. 70 some time in March.
Permitting is in the works for Famous Toastery, which is expected to open in the far left side of the same space in the next few months.
“We’re on the verge of announcing the remaining two tenants for that front building,” said Rich Barta, president of Core Properties, which developed White Oak. “That building is fully committed now.”
Barta was hesitant to give too many details on what will be coming to the remaining vacancies. For some of them, he said, it’s simply too early to tell.
He said patrons can expect non-food tenants in the two spaces that will be sandwiched between Chipotle and Famous Toastery.
Plans call for a single building, about 5,800 square feet and likely split for two tenants, on the one-acre lot to the west of Zaxby’s.
A similar plan for a 6,000-square-foot building is in the works for a portion of the largest undeveloped parcel in the quadrant, the 6.61-acre tract to the north of Panera Bread and Sheetz. A mix of uses appear to be in store for the entire parcel.
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