April 28, 2008

Franklin's traditional neighborhood to grow!

Southern Land Co. has announced new tenants for WestHaven Towncenter in Franklin.
The Nashville Buisness Journal-April, 28, 2008

The Spectacle Shoppe and Townsend Academy will join Harris Teeter and others are the commercial village in Franklin's traditional neighborhood development.
The Spectacle Shoppe is an independently owned optometry office and optical boutique owned by doctors Matthew R. Morrison, O.D. and Bradley S. Grant, O.D.
The practice will include eye exams, contact lenses, ocular disease management and LASIK evaluation and co-management. They will also offer designer frames.
Townsend Academy, a pre-school, will open in fall 2009. The school is owned and operated by Jennifer Rivera, Angela Garner, Stephanie Stanley.
Rivera is the owner of the Gardner School in Maryland Farms, which was awarded best preschool in Williamson County in 2007 by the local Best of Parenting Magazine.
The school will infants sign language, toddlers social development and three to five year olds pre-reading and pre-writing skills. It will also offer enrichment programs like ballet, gymnastics, music, sports and computers.
"We are pleased to add Townsend Academy and The Spectacle Shoppe to the growing roster of quality tenants in the Westhaven Town Center," says Creighton Wright, VP of Commercial Development for Southern Land Company in a news release. "The owners are dedicated to the best practices and all of West Franklin will benefit from having both in their backyard."
When completed, Westhaven will be 250,000 square feet of commercial space with 50 condo units. The design has open spaces, water features and pedestrian friendly gathering places.

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