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The Dewitt Tilton Group Breaks Ground on The Shops at Lakeside Village in Pooler

Officials broke ground on a new shopping center development in Pooler Tuesday morning. Once completed, The Shops at Lakeside Village, located at 1702 Pooler Parkway, will be an exciting new retail center in one of the most rapidly developing sectors of Pooler.

PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT: Jay Andrews, Broker with SVN GASC; Aaron Cradduck, Superintendent at Dewitt Tilton Group; Kim Thomas, Director of Operations at Dewitt Tilton Group; Andrew Dewitt, Co-Principal of Dewitt Tilton Group; Chris Tilton, Co-Principal of Dewitt Tilton Group; Yash Desai, President/COO of Stature Investments; Mike Lamb, Pooler Mayor; Rebecca Benton, Pooler City Councilwoman and incoming Mayor of Pooler; Pam Southard, Executive Director of the Pooler Chamber of Commerce; and Jabron Webster, President of the Pooler Chamber Board of Directors.

The 17,389-square-foot shopping center will stand in the northwest corner of Pooler Parkway and I-16 interchange at Memorial Boulevard and is part of the larger Lakeside Village development, a mixed-use and luxury residential community positioned across the street from the recently opened St. Joseph’s/Candler medical campus. The shopping center parcel covers 1.83 acres.

The shopping center is currently in the initial leasing stage. The tenants for three of the units have been named – AT&T, whose entry will feature an 18-foot tall corner tower entrance, Dunkin’ Donuts and Fantastic Sams, one of the world’s largest full-service hair care franchises.

The local commercial construction firm, the Dewitt Tilton Group has been contracted for the construction of the building. The shopping center design is marked by high ceilings, a modern appearance and multiple suites of varying sizes.

“We are looking forward to being a part of one of Pooler’s latest commercial developments,” said Chris Tilton, one of the two principals of the Dewitt Tilton Group. “This is a prime location, and the building design offers new retail storefront opportunities for this rapidly expanding area.”

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