Stephen Galbraith with DG Real Estate Partners, LLC says the majority of the development at the intersection of Ridge Road and Sixes Road, to include a Waffle House, Circle K, Dunkin Donuts and Guthrie’s chicken fingers restaurant, will be up and running by the end of summer.

According to Galbraith, the first tenant to open its doors to the public will be Dunkin Donuts which is, expected to open in the next two weeks to a month. Following will be the Guthrie’s and Waffle House, with the final tenant being Circle K.

“We chose this project because we felt there was a need for these places,” Galbraith said. “From the tenant standpoint, everyone is really excited to serve the Canton/ Bridgemill market.”

Galbraith said the development layout, starting from Ridge Road going toward Interstate 575 is Circle K, Dunkin Donuts, Guthrie’s, then Waffle House.

When a public meeting was held in 2017 regarding the project, some BridgeMill residents came out in opposition of a Waffle House with the critique that it “didn’t suit the area.” Galbraith said he is confident that the project is “delivering a higher quality building product than you would normally see” and that the look of the buildings will match the area.

Guthrie’s is new to the area and Galbraith said he was excited that construction will begin in May. Guthrie’s menu consists of chicken tenders, fries, coleslaw, texas toast, sandwiches, buckets of chicken and sweet tea.

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