S.J. Collins News

Friday, July 27, 2018 - 1:06pm

Lexington has two new restaurants — each near the town's new Lowes Foods grocery stores.

Aiken-based WingPlace has opened in the Lowes Foods-anchored Lexington Square shopping center at 5230 Sunset Blvd. WingPlace is owned by Dick and Laurel Dickerson and opened its first location at 732 E. Pine Log Road in Aiken 11 years ago. All recipes used in the restaurant were created by the Dickersons in their own kitchen, according to the restaurant’s website.

Friday, July 27, 2018 - 1:05pm

In April, Bradenton-based Bealls Inc. announced it was launching a new chain of stores focused on home goods.

Now that chain is coming home: Its first Florida store will be in Fort Myers, at a new shopping center dubbed Daniels Marketplace, the company recently announced. The first Home Centric store opened in Cary, N.C., in May.

Friday, July 27, 2018 - 1:02pm

The $140 million mixed-use compound slated to develop on the ever-bustling Howell Mill Road might bring West Midtown its first-ever hotel, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

Monday, March 19, 2018 - 2:03pm

Ten more tenants have joined the lineup for North Decatur Square, a huge mixed-use center anchored by a 365 by Whole Foods Market.

The new merchants announced Thursday include Big Peach Running Company, Bishops Barbershop, Deka Lash, Carriage Cleaners, Cold Stone Creamery, Comcast, Jason’s Deli, Oh Shi Poke, Tin Drum Asian Kitchen and Allstate.

Thursday, February 22, 2018 - 9:00pm

Two restaurants coming to the Lowes Foods-anchored Lexington Square shopping center at 5222 Sunset Blvd. are aiming to open in the spring, according to shopping center developer S.J. Collins Enterprises.

Japanese steakhouse Sukiya is planning to open in March while WingPlace is shooting for a mid-May opening.