Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The pizza joint is in the Northlake Festival Shopping Center.
Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint has opened its Northlake location. The new restaurant opened in Northlake Festival Shopping Center on Lavista Road over the weekend, according to Tucker.11alive.com. From the story: Owner Brett Pearman said, "I chose to open an Uncle Maddio's because I was blown away by their 'Served with Love' culture, by the taste, and how they interact with the community." The eatery is Uncle Maddio's ninth in the Atlanta area. The restaurant's first location opened in Toco Hill Promenade in 2009. What's your favorite menu item at Uncle Maddio's? Tell us in the comments section below.
Sunday, January 27, 2013
The bank has moved into their brand new location on Lavista Road between Starbucks and Chick-Fil-A in the Northlake Festival Shopping Center.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
The regional chain, which started in Toco Hill, will move into Northlake Festival early next year.
I've written a bit about the struggling commercial corridor up there in Northlake. (Northlake Festival Shopping Center and such.) I was just up there yesterday, however, eating a little Panda Express while reading and finishing up on some work, and, dare I say, it looked like the community might be rebounding a bit. And with that, here's some news that Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint will move into Northlake Festival sometimes early next year, according to Tomorrow's News Today. From the story: Atlanta-based Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint plans to open sometime early next year at Northlake Festival. Uncle Maddio's at Northlake will be located in a portion of what was once The Sport Shoe, and was most recently a CLEAR Wireless Internet location. …
Thursday, June 21, 2012
What should replace the vacant Clear storefront in Northlake Festival Shopping Center?
I was up in Northlake last week working and drove around Northlake Festival Shopping Center, which I haven't done in quite a while. Suffice it to say, it doesn't seem very healthy. A number of vacancies, some of them very big. You guys could probably suggest tenants for any number of vacancies in that place, but let's focus on just one for today: the old storefront for Clear, a wireless Internet company. It's right next to the Starbucks. So, what would you like to see fill Clear's old spot? A new mobile provider? A candle company? A restaurant, maybe? Tell us in the comments section below.