Huntsville’s Leeland Ventures will break floor Wednesday on a $3.8 million Hampton Cove retail heart.
The ten,000-square-foot Leeland Plaza, positioned a 6501 U.S. 431, might be anchored by Hampton Cove’s first Dunkin’ Donuts.
At full capability, Leeland Plaza will create as much as 75 jobs. It is going to even be dwelling to Champs Cuts hair salon, Asian Specific, and a nationwide bodily remedy observe. Three further retail/medical areas, with 1,400 to 4,200 sq. ft of house, are nonetheless obtainable for lease by way of Sherry Lee at Invoice Poole Realty.
T.J. Lee, founder and president of Leeland Ventures, a industrial growth firm, stated the corporate’s technique is to “present turn-key/build-to-suit building, which permits Dunkin’ Donuts to place most of their capital funding into furnishings, tools, and to deal with the day by day operations of the enterprise.”
This might be Blake Robinson’s eleventh Dunkin’ Donuts in North Alabama. He opened his first along with his father on Memorial Parkway 10 years in the past.
“This Dunkin’ Donuts undertaking is particular to me as a result of I stay three miles from right here,” stated Robinson. “Hampton Cove has been on my radar for a very long time, however we felt it was essential to populate larger Huntsville with loads of handy places first. The timing for this location is ideal.”
Becky Hopkins and Mike Antonio are opening their first hair salon in Leeland Plaza, though Hopkins has been reducing hair for Nice Clips for 15 years and has been profitable nationwide hair styling competitions for years.