3 new openings coming to the Nashville area soon: Santa's Trees opens 2 locations in Green Hills

<p><em>Photo of the Santa Monica, California, location</em></p>

Photo of the Santa Monica, California, location

Bang Candy <p><em>Photo courtesy of Facebook/Santa's Trees</em></p>

Nashville continues to grow with new openings throughout the fall. Here are three of the latest ones we have reported:

1. This is where you'll find Santa's Trees in Green Hills this year

Christmas tree retailer Santa’s Trees will relocate most of its Green Hills-area selection from Hillsboro High School to Trinity Presbyterian Church due to the school’s renovation project. The lots open to the public Friday, Nov. 23.

Santa's Trees, which has been in operation for 34 years, plans to stay open until Monday, Dec. 24, unless they sell out of trees before that date. Fresh trees will arrive weekly at the lots.

2. Peloton is now open at the Mall at Green Hills

Peloton, a company specializing in indoor cycling equipment, just opened a showroom at The Mall at Green Hills.

In addition to booking test classes through booking.onepeloton.com, prospective and current members can explore Peloton’s classes, receive personalized tutorials and shop the Peloton Boutique for clothes, fitness apparel and athletic wear for men and women.

3. The Bang Candy Company's pop up shop now open in Green Hills

Shoppers in Green Hills have a new sweets source now that Nashville-based candy store The Bang Candy Company opened a pop-up shop inside The Mall at Green Hills. The company specializes in items like handmade marshmallows, barks and boozy caramels made with Belle Meade Bourbon, as well as various gift boxes and candy kits.



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