Crate and Barrel to open in September in Green Hills

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Home furnishings store Crate and Barrel is expected to open Sept. 19 at 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Ste. E101 and Ste. E201, Nashville, according to the company's website.

A Metro Nashville building permit shows Crate and Barrel is opening a 27,000-square-foot location that spans two floors. According to its website, the store—located inside the Mall at Green Hills—will also feature the company's Crate and Kids Collection.

Crate and Barrel has more than 100 locations. This is the company's first Tennessee store. 615-942-2664. www.crateandbarrel.com
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