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Brooklawn Village builds out


Since Kroger Marketplace opened last October, Brooklawn Village is changing its physical dynamic quickly.

The 125,000 square-foot Kroger is the first Marketplace built east of the Mississippi River.

“The Little Gym opened a few months ago and has been hugely successful since they opened,” Ryan McArdle, with project leasing agents Blanchard and Calhoun, said.

Under construction now is an approximately 13,000 square-foot PetCo, to be located immediately adjacent to Kroger Marketplace.

Pinnacle Bank will be located at the corner of Brooklawn Street and Campbell Station Road.

“I think they’re just doing site work right now, but they’ll be going vertical soon,” McArdle said.


China Pearl will be moving to a new building only feet from its current location, and immediately adjacent to Kingston Pike.

“Bear Creek Coffee is the stand-alone in the smallest building next to Kingston Pike,” McArdle said.

“They’re going in there with a drive-thru,” he added.

McArdle expects Bear Creek and China Pearl to be completed by the end of the summer.

Between PetCo and Bear Creek, a 12,000 square-foot multi-tenant space is being built.

Leases have been completed for a hair salon, nail salon and for Papa Murphy’s Pizza.

“They make your pizza, and then you take it home and bake it in your oven,” McArdle said.

Approximately 10,000 square feet still is available in that building, which should be completely built by late 2009.

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