An Atlanta-based commercial real estate development company is planning to construct a new shopping center on Paul Huff Parkway, where several retailers will be entering the Cleveland market for the …
An Atlanta-based commercial real estate development company is planning to construct a new shopping center on Paul Huff Parkway, where several retailers will be entering the Cleveland market for the first time.
According to D&G Development Group partner Michael Davis, the approximately 25,000-square-foot Paul Huff Corners, which will be located at Paul Huff Parkway and Peerless Road, will feature restaurants such as McAlister’s Deli, regional chain Salsarita’s Fresh Mexican Grill, national chain Freddy’s Frozen Yogurt & Steakburgers, Knoxville-based regional franchise Buddy’s Barbecue and the fast, casual Asian-themed Teriyaki Madness.
In addition, Noire The Nail Bar, a high-end manicure and pedicure boutique, has also leased space, according to Davis.
Davis was in Cleveland on Tuesday to obtain preliminary and final plat approval during the regularly scheduled meeting of the Cleveland Municipal Planning Commission at the Municipal Building.
“Most of the retailers are the first in the market to Cleveland,” Davis said. “There is a growth story in Cleveland, and we are meeting the needs of the market."
Davis said the balance of retail space available has attracted the interests of several other national retail and restaurant chains, with several already in final talks before signing leases.
An access road – named Faith Lane – will also be constructed and will cross the site, connecting Paul Huff Parkway to Peerless Road.
He said lot preparation work has already begun, with the construction phase of the project to begin in mid-December.
In addition to land acquisition and development, D&G Development Group also specializes in construction management, as well as property management and asset management.
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