Big Peach Running Co. and Comcast opened their doors at the mixed-use development, anchored by 365 by Whole Foods Market at North Decatur Square.
Photo: S.J. Collins Enterprises
Photo: S.J. Collins Enterprises

Big Peach Running Co., Comcast store open at Whole Foods site in DeKalb

All 23 tenant slots have been filled at the massive Whole Foods site in Decatur as two of them open their doors this month. 

Big Peach Running Co. and Comcast opened their doors at the mixed-use development, anchored by 365 by Whole Foods Market at North Decatur Square.

The 86,000 square-foot site from Fairburn-based developer S.J. Collins Enterprises sits at the corner of Church Street and North Decatur Road. Six other tenants, including Cold Stone Creamery, Curry Up Now, and gusto! Wood Fire Grill, will open next month. 

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“When planning this center, we held hundreds of community and stakeholder meetings so we could incorporate what the neighborhood wanted to see here,”Justin Latone, director of leasing at S.J. Collins Enterprises said in a press release. “We look forward to this diverse mix of merchants opening their doors as well as the residential component across the street and the pocket park behind the 365 by Whole Foods Market.”

All remaining retailers are expected to open by spring 2019.

The mixed-use development will be anchored by 365 by Whole Foods Market at North Decatur Square. The property is expected to include pocket parks, multi-use trails, Wi-Fi capability and a four-story apartment complex set to house 450 residents.  

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