Wondering what’s happening in the City of Trussville? We’ve got the scoop on three new projects coming soon!
New Mixed-Use Project Coming To Entertainment District
Trussville’s entertainment district will soon see some pretty exciting action. Commercial Architects TURNERBATSON confirmed they will be the designers of a new mixed-use project.
The project, which will happen on Morrow Avenue off Main Street, will include the construction of two brand-new buildings.
Both buildings will will feature retail space on the ground floor. One of the buildings will offer living quarters on the second floor, while the other will include professional office space.
“This project exemplifies the vision and commitment of Mayor Choat, the City Council and the Downtown Redevelopment Authority. This Phase One project has reignited the downtown district. It will offer a wide range of activities for Trussville families with a mix of restaurants, shops and living units. We expect that it will have a regional draw because of its unique setting and compelling events.”Dave Reese, Principal and President, TURNERBATSON
Reese also filled us in on some really exciting news! The first business to launch will be Ferus Brewery in September. It will feature a fun atmosphere, new beer brand and fast/casual restaurant.
Jack’s To Open On Deerfoot Parkway
Love fresh, made-from-scratch biscuits? You’re in luck because a new Jack’s is coming to the corner of Deerfoot Parkway/U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville.
The building will feature an all-new logo and design concept that will include:
- A wrap-around front porch
- An old-fashioned ice cream counter
Jack’s biscuit makers will act as the restaurants main focal point, too, so you’ll actually be able to watch them hard at work as they prepare fresh biscuits daily.
“We are excited to be opening another store in the Trussville area. The restaurant we are building will be one of our newest store builds and will be a great addition to that area.”Julianna Hallman, Marketing Strategy and Planning Manager, Jack’s
Why are Jack’s biscuits the best in the South? Find out here.
Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers Headed To Highway 11
Have you seen the construction trucks hard at work in the vacant lot behind Bojangles on Highway 11 in Trussville? According to the Trussville Tribune, a Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers will soon fill this spot.
Here’s what you can expect from this American fast-casual restaurant chain:
- Vienna Beef hotdogs
- Chicken sandwiches
- Frozen custard
- Malts and shakes
The restaurant is expected to be completed by November.