Cumming to get new 61,100-square-foot shopping center on Ga. 400


Cumming is getting a big new shopping center — but it won't all happen at once. 

Crossroad Shoppes at Coal Mountain, a 61,100-square-foot shopping center at Browns Bridge Road and Ga. 400, will be completed in three phases.

The first phase, totaling 23,100 square feet, is scheduled to begin next spring. The second phase will total 16,000 square feet, and the third will create the remaining 22,0000 square feet. 

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The center will also include six outparcels, and a Walmart Supercenter will be within walking distance, according to a news release. 

The project will be developed by Randolph Williamson, a full-service commercial real estate company headquartered in Peachtree City, and partner Parke Day.  Reid Mason and Leigh Anne McGarry of Franklin Street are leasing the project.

No future tenants have been announced.

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