Previously withdrawn industrial rezoning in Locust Grove is back on the agenda

A request to amend the city’s future land use map and rezone property for industrial purposes is back on the agenda in Locust Grove after being withdrawn earlier this year. The rezoning request is part of the proposed Gardner Commerce Center. The Locust Grove city council will conduct a public hearing on the request during... Continue Reading →

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Plans submitted for new Starbucks in Locust Grove

GDP Group of Akron, Ohio has submitted plans for commercial redevelopment in Locust Grove. The site, located at 4837 Bill Gardner Pkwy and presently occupied by the Shell service station, is proposed to be built into a dual-tenant structure. Planned tenants include Starbucks and a not-yet-named Urgent Care medical facility. The Locust Grove city council... Continue Reading →

Second Waffle House planned in Locust Grove

Locust Grove will soon have double the scattered, smothered, and covered love as Waffle House looks to build a second location at I-75 exit 212 / Bill Gardner Parkway. The new store will be located southwest of the interchange adjacent to the under construction La Quinta Inn hotel. The property is zoned C-3 (heavy commercial)... Continue Reading →

Gardner 42 project adds 96 acres in Locust Grove

The Gardner 42 project will have site entrances along highway 42 and Marketplace Blvd. (applicant photo) The Gardner 42 industrial development in Locust Grove is expanding to include 96 acres located immediately north of the existing construction. The property is bank owned and zoned M-1 (light industrial) so no public hearings are required for the... Continue Reading →

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