Plans are in for a brand new bar on Fort Mill’s Main Street.
The city planning division has an software to rework the Spratt Building at 215 Main St. The city bought that website final summer time for nearly $500,000. Submitted plans present reworked area there as a Whitaker’s.
Whitaker’s is a neighborhood bar in Savannah, Georgia.
Plans present a 240-square-foot first-floor bar with a dozen chairs, an nearly 800-square-foot eating room with desk seating or standing bar area for nearly 30 individuals, a kitchen, server space and restrooms on the underside degree. A prime degree mezzanine space provides seating for 28 patrons.
Mary Pappas with Collected Hospitality + Development mentioned the mission is in allowing and it’s too early to say when the brand new area will open. It will, Pappas mentioned, carry the Whitaker’s identify. Fort Mill can have the third, with a second Whitaker’s beneath growth in Conway.
“All three stores will be comprised of Whitaker’s signature brand details such as funky artwork, alluring cocktails and interesting small bites,” Pappas mentioned. “That said, each location will have its own spin based on the community needs and our capabilities with space and design.”
“We’re excited to expand in a community in which we already call home and find familiar,” Pappas mentioned.
The new area is one acquainted for a lot of in Fort Mill. The Spratt Building opened as a financial institution in 1911 and is included on the National Register of Historic Places. The city took possession in 2001 from Jane Stacy Spratt. The similar city historic overview board that may resolve on design parts for the brand new Whitaker’s mission held lots of its conferences there in recent times. It’s additionally hosted city council retreats and workshops, child showers, e-book occasions, weddings and different occasions.
As far again as early 2020, city officers spoke a few deliberate sale of the constructing that might spur each non-public redevelopment on Main Street and assist fund, by the sale, city efforts elsewhere. Specifically talked about on the time had been upgrades to Fort Mill Community Center, the previous Banks Street Gym.
The deliberate rework for Whitaker’s is a $350,000 mission.
Whitaker’s continues a now years-long redevelopment of Main. It’s on the identical aspect of the road as Hobo’s (which is including a new Rock Hill location of its personal), Local Dish, Towne Tavern and different spots. Opposite Whitaker’s is Improper Pig and Amor Artis Brewing.