First Gateway Station Business Set to Open March 4
Top Dawg Tavern will be the first business to open inside the new development.
The first business to open inside Gateway Station, a 14,000-square-foot development along Ga. Highway 316, is set to welcome patrons in March.
Wayne Bartlett with Maynard and Bartlett Realty Group in Winder said Top Dawg Tavern, a sports bar, is scheduled to open March 4. The business will be joined inside the development by a podiatrist's office, a nail salon, a mattress and furniture store and a Mexican restaurant.
The podiatrist, Dr. Jonnica Dozier, signed a lease for suite 200 last year.
Bartlett said that while plans for a Longhorn Steakhouse location in the area have been pushed back, he still expects the restaurant to build at the Gateway site.
"(Eight to 10) serious retailers/restaurants are in talks with us now," Bartlett said in an e-mail.
A total of 160 acres along Exchange Boulevard are earmarked for grocery, retail, restaurant, office and medical space within Gateway at University Parkway. Bartlett confirmed in October a Varsity restaurant will be built in front of the movie theater, Gateway Cinemas 12.
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