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Douglasville Doubled Up Deli, Furniture, and More for 2019

Overlooking Chapel Hill Road near Target – Photo by CDM Systems, LLC

For 2019 our top stories for Douglasville include two commercial developments, two deli chains, two furniture stores, and two closures. 

Chipotle, AT&T, EyeLab, and Navy Federal Credit Union will soon occupy a planned development that will replace the former location of Logan’s Roadhouse. Click here to read the full story.

Dirty Dog’s Car Wash will begin construction at the former RaceTrac at 5897 Fairburn Road. Click here to read the full story.

Jersey Mike’s opened in April at 9478 Highway 5. Click here to read more. 

Jason’s Deli opened in September at 3022 Chapel Hill Road in the Village at Chapel Hill shopping center. 

Woodstock Furniture and Mattress opened earlier this year at 7100 Douglas Boulevard. Click here to read when we first broke the news in 2018. 

Ashley HomeStore opened in March in the former space of Babies ‘R’ Us at 6875 Douglas Boulevard. Click here to read when we first broke the news in late 2018. 

Folks along Douglas Boulevard suddenly closed after 40 years of service. Click here to read the closing announcement. 

LifeWay Christian Store closed in June following the company’s “strategic shift of resources to a dynamic digital strategy.” Click here to read the initial closing announcement which includes a press release.

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