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Developers break ground on Antioch’s Tanger Outlets

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This will be the third Tanger Outlets in Tennessee. | Rendering via Tanger Factory Outlets Center

The days of buying in-store are not over, or at least that’s what Antioch’s newest developmentTanger Outlets — is out to prove. The shopping center location was selected in 2019, but the COVID-19 pandemic delayed any progress. That all changed yesterday as developers officially broke ground on the project.

Before you can shop ‘till ya drop, you’ll need the details:

  • Along I-24 at Hickory Hollow Parkway in the Century Farms development
  • Six buildings, 290,000 sqft
  • Slated for completion in fall 2023
  • 70 brands (native companies + popular local concepts)
  • Will employ ~1,100 Nashvillians across retail + manager positions

Tanger’s CEO Stephen Yalof announced Tanger Outlets Nashville was the company’s only retail center that has broken ground in the past year. However, it holds a promising future as an economic driver for Davidson County as it’s already 60% leased.

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The shopping center sports an open-air concept. | Rendering via Tanger Factory Outlets Center

While the full list of businesses opening storefronts has yet to be revealed, many tenants were announced at the groundbreaking. Shoppers can indulge in comparable shops to those seen at Green Hills, but with primarily lower price points — like Nike, Fossil, and Vera Bradley.

Other nearby attractions in the to-be-completed Century Farms development include apartment complexes, medical buildings, a Nashville SC training facility + additional various dining and retail outlets. Be the broker: What local concepts would you like to see in Tanger Outlets and the overarching Century Farms development? Let us know.

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