Johns Creek Will Soon Have Its Cookie Fix With Upcoming Mixed-Use Development

The Medley mixed-use development announces its first dessert eatery.
Johns Creek Will Soon Have Its Cookie Fix With Upcoming Mixed-Use Development
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Homegrown in Alabama, Cookie Fix is making its way up I-20 as a part of Johns Creek’s planned mixed-use development, Medley.

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In a previous post by What Now Atlanta, 11 restaurants were announced to come to the suburban location. Cookie Fix is the first dessert eatery planned for the mixed-use site.

Founded and owned by Amy Jason, the Johns Creek store will be the first in Georgia. This particular store will be a franchise location, owned and operated by Missy Moon out of the Atlanta Metro Area.

In addition to Cookie Fix, Moon just signed leases for two Nothing Bundt Cake franchises: Columbus Park Crossing North, 5555 Whittlesey Blvd Columbus, GA 31909, and at Fayetteville Pavilion, 72 Pavilion Parkway GA 30214.

Gary Woodward, Senior Vice President, JLL Tenant & Landlord Representation, was Missy’s broker on all three upcoming franchise leases. 

Future patrons of Medley who may be familiar with Cookie Fix can expect the same type of experience from the existing locations.

“Our menu changes daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonally. We have 25 different varieties per week and about 100 different cookie varieties per year,” Jason said about the menu.

Although the Johns Creek location will be a franchise, it will offer consistency in the menu and freshly baked goods with no warming drawer.

Customers can also expect to consistently enjoy Cookie Fix’s top three-selling cookies – chocolate chip, heavenly peanut butter, and salted dark chocolate caramel.

Cookie Fix is based in Alabama, beginning with Amy Jason’s passion for desserts. From an early age, she loved to bake sweets and transitioned from less extravagant desserts to cookies as her life as a mother and wife got busier.

Amy Jason explained to What Now Atlanta that after successfully baking cookies for friends and family, she was encouraged by a mentor to sell her cookies to the masses.

Jason opened her first location seven years ago in Homewood and expanded to Cahaba Heights in Vestavia, Alabama. Huntsville opened as the third Alabama location and the first franchise for the organization.

Cookie Fix is also opening a franchise location in Franklin, TN and is excited about expanding its footprint in Medley.

Joshua Rodgers

Lover of Culture. Curator of Motivation. Advocate for Equity. Josh Rodgers is a writer, content creator, and DEI practitioner originally from Memphis, TN. He works with Habitat for Humanity International – creating strategies, tools, and resources that support the organization's global DEI strategy for over 1,000 local affiliated organizations. Josh also serves as a content writer for Blavity, Inc. His work can be seen across several of the organization's verticals, including AfroTech, Blavity News, and Shadow & Act. Josh is also a contributing writer for Buzzfeed, highlighting the nuanced experiences of Black culture and entertainment. When he isn't writing and disrupting spaces with his DEI work, he can be found on the mic as the co-host and founder of The Jigsaw Podcast. It's a platform dedicated to helping Black millennials attempt to navigate life, the craziest puzzle piece ever created. Josh holds a B.A. in Political Science from Morehouse College, an MPA in Non-Profit Management from Arkansas State University, and an MPP in Community and Economic Development from Georgia State University. Josh lives in the Atlanta area with his wife, Asha, and two sons, Joshua II and Jayden Alexander.

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