The final plans for the Marketplace at Greens at Millerville will be considered by the East Baton Rouge Parish Planning and Zoning Commission this afternoon.
Three commercial buildings—including a grocery store and a 10,000-square-foot restaurant—are planned for the commercial development, according to the plans submitted to the Planning Commission.
Alan Brewer, with the Duplantis Design Group, submitted the application for the nearly 45,000 square feet of commercial space for the project, which has been certified by planning staff as in line with the Unified Development Code. Brewer was unable to be reached by this morning’s deadline for more information.
It’s unclear who the grocery tenant will be, but Clay Furr, of Momentum Commercial Real Estate, says developers are working to secure permits and start construction later this year, with the grocer opening in the first quarter of next year.
Property owner and developer Windy Gladney is in the process of selling the property to Tennessee-based developers GBT Realty Corporation. Gladney expects the deal to close late August, with construction on the commercial buildings starting late September. He declined to share the selling price for the land.
Charlie Colvin, of Momentum Commercial Real Estate is representing the seller and Ken Akin, of Florida-based Akin Realty Group, is representing the buyer.
The Planning and Zoning Commission meets at 5 p.m. Monday at City Hall, 222 St. Louis St. Read the full agenda.