The group has unveiled plans to open a 32,500 square-foot high end pickleball venue complete with kitchen and bar.
Not to worry, the candy shop will stay in town, moving in across from Town Center.
The eatery on Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. is in the liquor licensing stage for a new component.
The family-owned internet bakery and café will open its first brick-and-mortar this year.
The new restaurant is currently in the liquor licensing stage.
Featuring a coffee bar, roastery, and training center, Opo Coffee will open on E. Howard Avenue in summer 2022.
The autonomous grocery store carrying healthy, local brands is already looking ahead.
The Black, women, and queer-owned brand offering ready-to-wear fashion and home goods will open its very first brick-and-mortar in the shopping center this spring.
The brand is bringing its very first Georgia storefront to 3348 Cobb Parkway.
A permit application indicates the eatery on John Wesley Dobbs Avenue will increase its footprint by expanding into adjacent spaces.