Currently in review in Garner Planning is 2 subdivisions seeking application. Surrounding the Hopper Communities site currently under development they are looking to expand with 2 more subdivisions or additions. One additional with 41 lots and a smaller of 18 surround the 155m lots already approved. Along with the 90 lots already approved, unrelated subdivision currently under development would if approved raise the total new homes to 264 homes. Continue Reading
Cars started filling the parking lot Saturday morning. Their hours are Mon-Sun: 10:45 AM – 10:00 PM.
A recent post by the Garner Chamber of Commerce refers to the opening of the final section of White Oak Crossing.
Mayor Ronnie Williams will join sculptor Sue Landerman to unveil an original work to commemorate the opening of the final section of White Oak Crossing, located at U.S. 70 & White Oak Road in Garner. The unveiling will be on Friday, March 17 at ten o’clock in the morning.
This final section of the shopping center will be the cornerstone of the open-air mall, a key development in the burgeoning town of Garner. The center is already home to retail mainstays like BJ’s Wholesale Club, Kohl’s Department Store, PetSmart and Target.
Core Properties have submitted a Conditional Use Site Plan for the northwest corner of White Oak. The section and behind Panera and Sheetz, it is the largest and final section of that corner. All that is known from information posted by the town is that it is for a restaurant. The restaurant must be rather large in size if it will take the remaining 6.61 acres.
Update 2017-01-27 from N&O
A similar plan for a 6,000-square-foot building is in the works for a portion of the largest undeveloped parcel in the quadrant, the 6.61-acre tract to the north of Panera Bread and Sheetz. A mix of uses appear to be in store for the entire parcel.
“It will be more of a retail layout with some possibility for an anchor or mini anchors and shop space,” Barta said. “Possibly a restaurant, but that’s to be determined. We have a fair amount of restaurants there and they are thriving, and we’re not opposed to more restaurants there, but were going to add some significant non-restaurant pieces to the White Oak area.”
Plans call for a single building, about 5,800 square feet and likely split for two tenants, on the one-acre lot to the west of Zaxby’s.