Commercial Realty Services (CRS), a Mount Juliet based developer, broke ground on the second building of the Providence Station mixed-use development on Providence Parkway in Mount Juliet. Funding for this development is provided by Wilson Bank and Trust.
The new 23,000 square foot, two-story building will be a replica of the existing development that includes tenants such as Burger Republic, Three Dog Bakery and Bank of Tennessee.
“After the success of our first building and the tenants, we are excited and ready to get started on phase two of this development,” said Kenneth Powers, founder and president of CRS.
With an estimated completion date of late Spring of 2018, Providence Station’s second building has already secured multiple tenants for the development and is continuing pre-leasing efforts now. New tenants include Noire the Nail Bar, Your Pie Pizza, Uncle Classic Barbershop, and a new concept from Demo’s Restaurants called PDK Southern Kitchen and Pantry. There is still space available on the second floor for build-to-suit office space.
Noire the Nail Bar is a premiere boutique salon that blends an inviting atmosphere with highly skilled technicians and innovative systems to ensure clients have a relaxing and fulfilling experience. Noire currently has 15 other operating locations with several more in the works, including their location at Providence Station. Services offered include manicures, pedicures, eyelash extension, facials, body waxing and massages.
“At Noire the Nail Bar, our goal is simple: to provide a comfortable and relaxing experience with high quality service for our clients,” said a representative of Noire. “From the moment they enter to the moment they leave, our guests are provided with the first-rate, high-quality service for which we are known.”
Your Pie is a build your own pizza, fast-casual restaurant utilizing about 2,600 square feet of the Providence Station development. SMS Holdings, Your Pie Franchisee, says the restaurant is more than just pizza – it is an experience. The Mount Juliet restaurant will be the second Your Pie location for SMS Holdings.
“Your Pie combines quality, culture and community to create an unparalleled pizza experience,” said a representative from Your Pie’s corporate office. “Your Pie uses hand-tossed dough, only fresh ingredients, homemade pizza sauces and salad dressings, and offers vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free pizzas, as well as traditional pizzas. All menu items, including its rotating seasonal menu, are inspired by family recipes from the Italian island of Ischia. The brand also offers local craft beer, wine and Italian-style gelato pairings designed to perfectly compliment guests’ custom pizza creations.”
Uncle Classic Barbershop is a community driven, classic barbershop with modern twists. This locally owned and operated business has been serving customers for 10 years in five different locations across Middle Tennessee. Uncle Owner, Amy Tanksley, said their goal is to create relationships and “take care of people and the community.”
“Uncle is the best of an old school barber shop with stability, customer service and quality services at a good value,” said Tanskley. “Uncle continues to grow because we do the ‘little things’ and invest in the community. We are excited to be a part of the growing Mount Juliet community.”
PDK Southern Kitchen and Pantry is a fast-casual concept serving a variety of American style comfort foods with a Southern twist, including burgers, chicken, salads and sandwiches. This roughly 3,800 square foot restaurant will also include a retail section. Customers can purchase the same ingredients used at the restaurant, as well as locally based merchandise and cause-related products.
“It will be a comfortable atmosphere with a modern design that is perfect for a quick and convenient meal,” said Peter Demos, owner of Demo’s Restaurants. “It will be great for busy families wanting to still have a sit-down meal together at breakfast, lunch or dinner. Along with dining-in, guests can also take advantage of carry-out and drop-off catering.”
Providence Station’s second story office space combines open workspaces with your standard corporate office. Tenants can work with CRS to create a built-to-suite office space as small as 1,500 square feet or as large as 11,000 square feet – perfect for everything from1-3 employee companies to large medical practices. Similar to an open, shared workspace, Providence Station’s second story includes a lounge area for employees and clients, a kitchenette, conference room and bathrooms for tenants to utilize without having to use their own office square footage for such amenities.
“Providence Station is Mount Juliet’s newest mixed-use development with high-end retailers and Class A office space,” said Powers. “We are glad to bring the community a fresh new area to work, eat and shop.”