Mt. Juliet construction: Walmart to expand; Whataburger, Brooke’s on Main, Saint Thomas updates
Walmart's plans to expand its store on Pleasant Grove Road in Mt. Juliet has been approved along with other interior and exterior upgrades.
An additional 3,698 square feet will be added for Walmart’s online ordering and pickup service on the north side of the building, according to plans submitted to Mt. Juliet. The store will total just over 180,000 square feet when renovations are complete. Improvements include:
New paint and trim in various areas of the building.
New signage for online ordering and brand identity updates.
Overall parking increase of 21 spaces.
Renovations are underway, according to Walmart.
Renovations will mainly be completed overnight, after the store closes at 11 p.m., and is expected to have a minimal impact when the store is open, according to Walmart spokesperson Brian Little.
Completion is estimated for late May, Little said.
More Mt. Juliet business construction news
Whataburger: Site work on the future restaurant at the corner of Lebanon Road and North Mt. Juliet Road is underway after delays.
Mark Lineberry of Lineberry Properties estimates building completion around mid-summer. Whataburger didn’t estimate an opening.
The development was pushed back because of delays gaining permits from the Tennessee Department of Transportation, Lineberry said.
Camel Express Car Wash: The car wash is scheduled to open on Lebanon Road between the future Whataburger and an existing Slim Chickens in April, Lineberry said.
Big O Tires: The business is expected to open in March or April, depending on weather, in the expansion portion of an existing building used by Advanced Auto Parts at 11465 Lebanon Road near Meb Court, said Mark Lineberry of Lineberry Properties.
Brooke’s on Main: Mt. Juliet resident Brooke Antonakos will open a new furniture store this spring in a new building under construction at 1003 Meb Court, just off Lebanon Road.
Inventory will include furniture, lighting, custom upholstery, wallpaper and décor, Antonakos said. Warehouse space and growth are also being considered. Signarama and BenchMark Physical Therapy will also be users at the future commercial building developed by Lineberry Properties.
Ascension Saint Thomas Urgent Care: The new medical site is tentatively slated to open in a renovated building on North Mt. Juliet Road, near Sunset Drive, in late April or early May, pending weather and inspections.
The center will open seven days a week.
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