22 retailers in Franklin, Brentwood that opened in 2020; plus 1 coming in 2021

The 1,796-square-foot shop is located on Franklin Road in Brentwood. (Maureen Sipperley/Community Impact Newspaper)
The 1,796-square-foot shop is located on Franklin Road in Brentwood. (Maureen Sipperley/Community Impact Newspaper)

The 1,796-square-foot shop is located on Franklin Road in Brentwood. (Maureen Sipperley/Community Impact Newspaper)

Several new retailers opened their doors in 2020 in the Franklin and Brentwood areas. This list is not comprehensive.

Beauty and wellness

Athenian Nail Spa & Bar

1201 Liberty Pike, Franklin

615-645-3772


www.athenianspa.com

Freecoat Nails

3065 Mallory Lane, Franklin

615-465-8180

https://freecoatnails.com

Frenchies Modern Nail Care

790 Jordan Road, Ste. 112, Franklin

615-567-3535

www.frenchiesnails.com

The NOW Massage Franklin

125 First Ave. N., Franklin

615-229-7656

www.thenowmassage.com

PROSE

4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Ste. 126, Franklin

615-549-6085

www.myprose.com

Renew U-360

5112 Peter Taylor Park Drive, Ste. 400,

Brentwood

615-891-1442

www.renew-u360.com

Scissors & Scotch

205 Franklin Road, Ste. 120, Brentwood

615-852-8108

www.scissorsscotch.com

sek Sauna Studio

1201 Liberty Pike Ste. 121, Franklin

615-241-0702

www.seksauna.com

COMING 2021

Vida-Flo

1201 Liberty Pike, Franklin

615-628-8038

www.vidaflofranklin.com

Boutiques

Bless Your Glam Boutique

1113 Murfreesboro Road, Ste. 254, Franklin

615-815-9733

www.blessyourglamboutique.com

City Farmhouse

117 Third Ave. N., Franklin

615-268-0216

www.cityfarmhousefranklin.com

Mainstream Boutique

6041 Rural Plain Circle, Ste. 100, Franklin

615-435-3059

www.mainstreamboutique.com

The Kind Poppy

117 Third Ave. N., Franklin

www.thekindpoppy.com

Your CBD Store

1735 Galleria Blvd., Ste. 1047, Brentwood

615-465-6084

www.facebook.com/yourcbdstorecoolspringstn

Crafts

Pinspiration Brentwood

91 Seaboard Lane, Ste. 108, Brentwood

629-202-7498

www.pinspiration.com

Spark: An Art Studio

213 Franklin Road, Ste. 110, Brentwood

615-483-9847

www.sparkartbrentwood.com

Fitness

The Camp Transformation Center

1722 General George Patton Drive,

Brentwood

615-915-2068

www.thecamptc.com

Carbon Culture USA

209 S. Royal Oaks Blvd., Ste. 184, Franklin

615-629-7547

www.carbonculture-usa.com

Club Pilates

4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Ste. 120, Franklin

615-538-1199

www.clubpilates.com

Eat the Frog Fitness

205 Franklin Road, Ste. 150, Brentwood

615-431-3764

www.eatthefrogfitness.com

F45 Training

995 Meridian Blvd., Ste. 100, Franklin

615-985-4545

www.f45training.com/franklincoolsprings

Row House

1201 Liberty Pike, Ste. 107, Franklin

615-716-1174

www.therowhouse.com

Pets

Pet People

225 Franklin Road, Brentwood

615-864-7899

www.petpeoplestores.com
By Wendy Sturges
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.


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