Shake Shack, Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream and more: 10 tenants confirmed for McEwen Northside in Cool Springs

McEwen Northside
McEwen Northside is a 45-acre, mixed-use development in Cool Springs. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)

McEwen Northside is a 45-acre, mixed-use development in Cool Springs. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)

Tenants have begun moving into McEwen Northside, a 45-acre, mixed-use development in the heart of Cool Springs near McEwen Drive west of I-65. The development, which will feature retail, office space, a hotel and multifamily living at build-out, will soon be home to a number of new retailers and restaurants, according to Boyle, the developer for the project.

Take a look at the tenants slated for McEwen Northside below.

Now open

Club Pilates opened in late December at 4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Ste. 120, Franklin. Club Pilates is a boutique Pilates studio offering classes for any age level that focus on balance, stability and strength. 615-538-1199. www.clubpilates.com

Coming soon



Owner Darlene Bailey Thompson will open Vintage Vine 100 this spring at McEwen Northside. The wine bar will offer more than 100 wines by the glass as well as bourbon and beer selections. Vintage Vine 100 is expected to employ certified sommeliers and beer and bourbon experts to help guests select drink options. www.vintagevine100.com

Austin-based cookie company Tiff's Treats will open a location in McEwen Northside this spring. The business offers delivery services for freshly baked cookies and sweets in a variety of flavors. This will be the fourth Nashville-area location for Tiff's Treats, according to a news release. www.cookiedelivery.com

A new location of Just Love Coffee will open in McEwen Northside this spring. The cafe offers high-end, specialty roasted coffee and a food menu with breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert options. This will be the company’s eighth location in Middle Tennessee, according to a spokesperson for Just Love Coffee. www.justlovecoffeecafe.com

A new location of Prose, a boutique nail salon, will open in the spring at 4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Ste. 126, Franklin. The salon offers manicures and pedicures as well as monthly membership rates. www.myprose.com

Jeni’s Ice Cream is slated to open at 4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Franklin, in the spring, according to representatives for Boyle, the developer of McEwen Northside. The shop offers a selection of specialty ice cream flavors, including Gooey Butter Cake, Strawberry Milk, and Roasted Peanut Butter and Strawberry Jam. Flavors are available by the scoop or as pints to take home. www.jenis.com

Shake Shack will open in the fall at McEwen Northside, located near McEwen and Aspen Grove drives in Franklin. This will be the eatery’s second location in Tennessee, the first being located in Green Hills. Shake Shack offers burgers, chicken, flat-top hot dogs, frozen custard and its signature crinkle-cut french fries. www.shakeshack.com

Texas-based Perry's Restaurants will open a new location of Perry's Steakhouse and Grille in summer 2020 at 4015 Aspen Grove Drive, Franklin. The steakhouse offers aged prime beef, table-side carvings and a signature cocktail menu, as well as its signature famous pork chop. www.perryssteakhouse.com

Mitsubishi Motors North America will occupy about 40,000 square feet of office space in McEwen Northside. The car company will be located on the sixth and seventh floors of 4015 Aspen Grove Drive, Franklin, and is expected to move into the office in spring 2020, according to a new release from the company. www.mitsubishicars.com

Williamson Inc., the Williamson County-area chamber of commerce, will relocate from its existing location at 5005 Meridian Blvd., Ste. 150, Franklin, to a new office in McEwen Northside. The chamber is expected to move into its new office this summer. www.williamsonchamber.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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