Jeff Syracuse Metro Council District 15

Jeff Syracuse Metro Council District 15
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Donelson Business News - March-April 2017

Party Fowl is coming to Donelson at the old Johnson’s Furniture building and will be their second location in Nashville.  Owner Austin Smith grew up in Hermitage and his family attended Donelson Church of Christ, so he’s from a local family with a heart for the community.  Thanks to SmartSpace for bringing a great restaurant to a pivotal property into the heart of Donelson.  With a total of 13,000 square feet, 5,500 square feet will be on first floor with the restaurant & bars, plus a patio and roll up doors out to patio.  7,500 square feet will be on the second floor including a patio thru roll up doors.  The upstairs will also include banquet space, corporate offices and a catering commissary.  They’ve arranged for parking to be used at the office building across the street.  It will bring back to life and make the entrance into “Downtown Donelson” look fantastic.Party Fowl Coming to Donelson - Jeff Syracuse Metro Council District 15

 

Masonry Specialty Contractors has been a business in the heart of Donelson for many years at and is seeking to build a new location near the corner of Park Drive and Crump Drive just one block from Lebanon Pike.  Read a story about it from The Nashville Post here.  Thanks to Greg Holland and team for staying in Donelson and investing in the community!

Another new development that will begin soon is a new branch for Old Hickory Credit Union at 401 Donelson Pike.  It will front Donelson Pike on Lakeland Drive near the new home construction by Batson Homes.  They will be moving from 1732 Lebanon Pike.

Donelson has a new mobile pet groomer.  Suds on Saturdays is a promotion by Mobile Pets Paws.  See flyer below for details and visit their website for more information and to request an appointment.

Suds on Saturdays Coming to Donelson - Jeff-Syracuse Metro Council District 15

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