Fetch Park, Bellevue's Preds Ice Center and more anticipated openings

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Metro Nashville</em></p>

Photo courtesy of Metro Nashville

<p><em>Photo courtesy of NHL.com</em></p> <p><em>Photo courtesy of Fetch Park</em></p>

Nashville continues to grow with new openings every week. Here are some of the latest ones we have reported.

Membership-based dog park with bar is coming to Nashville

In a city that's seen its 'hip' factor skyrocket in recent years, even dog parks are taking things up a notch.

Nashville will soon be home to Fetch Park, a membership-based dog park and bar. According to a news release, the company has a contract on a piece of property in Germantown.

Nashville's Crisis Treatment Center to offer 24/7 mental health services

In collaboration with Metro Nashville and the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Mental Health Cooperative will open its Crisis Treatment Center on Saturday, Feb. 2.

The new facility, located at 250 Cumberland Bend, offers 24/7 comprehensive mental health treatment for adults and children.

Gallery: See renderings of Bellevue's Preds Ice Center

Nashville's third ice skating rink and second Preds Ice Center is set to open later this year in Bellevue, joining Centennial Sportsplex and the Preds Ford Ice Center in Antioch.

The 110,000 square-foot facility, located in the mixed-use development Bellevue One Place, is expected to open in September. The building will be home to two sheets of ice. 



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