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A site plan for the construction of a new 45,800 square foot Rooms To Go “superstore” on Adams Lane in Mt. Juliet was approved by the city’s planning commission on Thursday.

The store would be built on 3.85 acres on land adjacent to the recently approved BJ’s Wholesale.

The property is within the current planned unit development of Providence Central.

Hopes are to begin construction in the first quarter of 2023 and to open the store in the first or second quarter of 2024 “if all goes according to plan,” said Peter Weitzner, vice president of Rooms To Go.

The Mt. Juliet location will include a Rooms To Go, Rooms To Go Kids and a newer concept, the Rooms To Go Patio, Weitzner said.

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About 30 employees are expected with the store, Weitzner said.

183 parking spaces are available.

Construction plane at a major intersection

A construction plan for a 9,300 square foot commercial building on just over 1.4 acres at the corner of North Mt. Juliet Road and East Division in Mt. Juliet has been submitted.

The project, submitted as “Citi Station,” would be for a bank, retail and restaurant with separate spaces for each, city officials said. The plan was carried over from the planning commission’s agenda on Thursday, but is expected to return.

Mt. Juliet Station is on the other side of the Eastern Division.

Previous interest in the vacant property included a gas station, which City Commissioner Scott Hefner said he would not support.

Contact Andy Humbles at [email protected] or 615-726-5939 and on Twitter @AndyHumbles.