Wescott shopping center nearing completion

  • Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Taylor Griffith/Journal Scene The Corner at Wescott anchor store, Harris Teeter, will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony Jan. 8.

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As construction on the 166,962-square-foot shopping center located in front of Wescott Plantation nears its conclusion, lessees are beginning to open their doors.

Most notably, The Corner at Wescott’s Harris Teeter grocery store – which is the anchor store of the Dorchester Road retail space – is holding a ribbon cutting today, Jan. 8 at 8 a.m.

This is the first Harris Teeter location in Summerville.

Starbucks, Sandy’s Cleaners and Moe’s Southwest Grill are the other tenants already open for business, although the signs for future tenants TCBY, Marco’s Pizza, Great Wall restaurant, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Hallmark, Pet Supplies Plus and Marshalls are already in place.

According to Charlie Hendon, president of the site leasing company Hendon Properties, Rack Room Shoes, Five Guys Burgers and Fries and Cato Fashions have also signed on to the shopping center.

He said the Marshalls is scheduled to open shortly after the Harris Teeter and most of the other tenants will be open for business by early March.

A completion date for the construction on The Corner at Wescott has not been released yet. The Journal Scene was not able to reach construction officials.

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