By RACHAEL LONG
In place of what was once home to a Kroger grocery store, Brentwood residents may soon see a new business set up shop.
During a Monday meeting of the Brentwood Planning Commission, H. Michael Hindman Architects requested the approval of revised building elevations for the easterly part of what was once the Kroger tenant space in the Brentwood Place Shopping Center.
The proposed business for that space is Stock & Trade Design Company, which specializes in custom upholstery, furniture, lighting accessories, antiques and custom pieces from local artisans. With locations in Alabama, Florida and Georgia, the Brentwood store would be the company’s first location in Tennessee.
The space sits directly beside what is now Stein Mart and includes 29,857 square-feet, of which 26,393 square-feet would comprise the main floor with a mezzanine level of 3,464 square-feet.
The Brentwood Place Shopping Center is built on approximately 29.9 acres with a total of 318,220 square feet of building area, according to the city.
Project Coordinator Dawn Gonzalez spoke to the Planning Commission Monday to address questions from commissioners.
When asked about a timeline for build out, Gonzalez said she believed the firm would be moving forward with build out plans upon receiving approval of the facade.
The Planning Commission unanimously approved the revised building elevations at City Hall Monday night.