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New coffee shop opens near Meybohm retail center, other tenants coming soon

The closing of two Evans restaurants last year created vacancies in the Plaza at Evans Towne Center, but Meybohm Commercial Properties is working to fill those vacancies, according to Jordan Collier.

ABD contacted Collier, the company’s director of commercial development, for an update on the center located in front of the Columbia County Performing Arts Center at 7025 Evans Town Center Blvd. He specifically addressed the units formerly occupied by Roll On In, a sushi restaurant, and Stay. Social Tap + Table.

“We have fully negotiated and executed a lease with a replacement tenant in the space previously occupied by Roll On In,” Collier said. “They are not quite ready to publicly announce their occupancy yet, but we’re very excited to partner with this particular restaurateur.”


He said they expect to make an announcement within the next two weeks.

Meybohm will soon announce two new tenants for the Plaza at Evans Town Center

As for the space formerly occupied by Stay, Collier said Meybohm Commercial has negotiated with several tenants, including Sno-Cap, but they haven’t finalized a lease for that space yet.

“We are currently in negotiations on every vacant space in the building and are excited about what this building and the whole Evans Towne Center area will look like by this summer,” he said.

Behind the Performing Arts Center is a new commercial development called Evans Society Center, which is home to Goat Kick Coffee, a local shop that celebrated its soft opening yesterday.

“We will have our drive-thru soft opening on Monday, March 6, and our grand opening celebration on Saturday, March 18,” said Goat Kick’s co-owner, Natalie Jacobs.

The business’s address is 935 Ronald Reagan Drive. Jacobs said they still plan to keep their roastery located at 106 North Belair Road in Evans.

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