Pinewood Forest officials broke ground recently on their four-story retail and office building that will bring more restaurants to the 235-acre mixed-use development in Fayetteville.
The 52,800-square-foot building, dubbed Two Ten, will feature space for retail and a restaurant on the lower level and loft and medical space on the other three floors. A 2,500-square-foot rooftop restaurant and bar will overlook the development’s Grove and Central Plaza.
Mid-1800s brick reclaimed from the Langdale Mill in Valley, Ala., will be used on the building’s facade.
“We are excited to bring this dynamic mixed-use space to life,” Pinewood Forest president Rob Parker said. “This is a purposeful next step in building a thriving, creative community, bringing energy and movement to the town center, adding to our exciting mix underway on Rank Avenue.”
The office building is one of several projects underway or planned at Pinewood Forest, including a wellness center, a movie theater, tiny houses and walking trails.
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