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Cannabis restoration, the Saint Thomas clinic is coming

  • Kane Cove Resort is a concept plan for Old Hickory Lake in Mt. Juliet

Cannabis, a lakeside recreation spot and health clinics are tied to new business plans for Mt. Juliet.

Cannabis Restoration Lab

The owner of a hemp and CBD business from Mt. Juliet has started a restaurant business that offers over 20 cannabinoid meal options.

Cannabis Catering Lab offers hemp and CBD infused foods for a variety of catered events.

Heath Scott, the owner of 7 Point Farm and Apothecary on Lebanon Road, launched Cannabis Catering Lab, which will expand to the Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Murfreesboro and Memphis areas. Cannabis Catering Lab hosts events for ages 21+.

Hemp-derived meals can include cannabinoid options with or without THC, the chemical that causes the high. All THC offerings are within the legal amount allowed, Scott said.

Food plates and utensils at catering events are widely labeled for precautionary measures, Scott said. A consent form signed by those eating is also required.

Cannabis Catering Lab has about 10 employees, including four chefs.

Kane Cove Resort

A development plan for a seasonal recreation site along Old Hickory Lake in Wilson County has been submitted to Mt. Juliet.

Kane Cove Resort is the tentative name for the concept plan on just under 20 acres off Nonaville Road, north of Saundersville Road.

The site is within the growth boundary of Mt. Juliet.

The plaintiff is interested in annexing the property within the city limits, according to Mt. Juliet Commissioner Ray Justice.

A land use plan amendment and zoning clarification is needed if the plan goes ahead with annexation to Mount Juliet.

The concept plan was submitted to the Mount Juliet Planning Commission as a potential prelude before further requests for approval if the proposal goes ahead.

Interim uses with the concept plan include:

  • 20 RV parking spaces
  • Cabins and cabins
  • Corporate Retreat Center
  • Pool
  • Dock for boats

A retail store and a wedding venue are also possibilities.

“It’s an opportunity to use an underutilized asset to bring in tourists,” Justice said.

Ascension Saint Thomas plans to renovate this building in Mt. Juliet and open an emergency health center later this year.

Emergencies Ascension Saint Thomas

Ascension Saint Thomas will open an urgent care center in an existing building on North Mt. Juliet Road near Sunset Drive.

The building owned by Lineberry Developments will be renovated, according to Amy Thomas of Ascension Saint Thomas.

The opening is planned for the middle or the end of October.

Fast paced health

A site plan has been submitted for the construction of a new one-story 7,000 square foot medical clinic on the south side of Lebanon Road.

The Fast Pace Health location is approximately 850 feet east of the intersection with North Mt. Juliet Road.

Lebanon mall sells for $9.2 million

Lebanon Outlets, a shopping mall with 227,958 outlets in Lebanon, was sold for $9.2 million to Land Solutions, according to Colliers International, which brokered the deal.

Land Solutions owner Kevin Estes announced earlier this year that the company had a contract on Lebanon Outlets with a mixed-use redevelopment plan to include shops, restaurants, offices and residences.

Lebanon Outlets is on approximately 47 acres just off Interstate 40 at Highway 231.

The previous owners who bought the mall in 2019 were related to Namdar Realty Group in Great Neck, New York.

East Nashville Beer Factory

Lebanese officials announced that East Nashville Beer Works is taking steps to open the brewery’s second location on State Route 109 and Callis Road.

East of Nashville Beer Works also offers a food menu centered around made-to-order pizzas, salads and appetizers with a beer garden, according to an announcement on the plan.

East of Nashville Beer Works submitted a proposal to the Lebanon Planning Commission this week and will work on the site plan in the coming months, according to the office of the mayor of Lebanon.

New stores named for former Kmart redevelopment

New tenants have been announced for a mall on West Main Street in Lebanon where a Kmart closed in late 2019.

New tenants at Western Plaza Mall will include Ross Dress for Less, Marshalls, Five Below and Buff City Soap, according to a city announcement.

More than 100 jobs are planned.

Drinkard Development in Alabama are the owners.

Redevelopment work is underway with hopes of completion by the end of the year.

Contact Andy Humbles at ahumbles@tennessean.com or 615-726-5939 and on Twitter @AndyHumbles.