THE MALL AT JOHNSON CITY ANNOUNCES GRAND OPENING OF CHICKEN SALAD CHICK
- April 12, 2021
Exterior renovation expected to be complete summer 2021
JOHNSON CITY, TN (March 2, 2021) — The Mall at Johnson City today announced an update on its transformation plans to include the exterior renovation of the town center’s entrance located next to Dick’s Sporting Goods.
The planned exterior renovation includes:
The exterior renovation is expected to be completed by summer 2021. Entrance B will remain closed during construction. Guests will be able to enter through one of the other upper or lower level entrances. Construction is not expected to disrupt business operations of any tenant.
“Well over a year ago, we put plans in motion to reinvent the guest experience and deliver a best-in-class renovation to create The New Mall at Johnson City, and it’s really happening,” said Ashley Grindstaff, General Manager at The Mall at Johnson City. “With the addition of a community greenspace which allows us to host exciting outdoor events and activations throughout the year, along with our many unique and market-exclusive retailers and dining options, The Mall at Johnson City is well positioned for long term success.”
The aforementioned exterior renovation builds upon several coveted additions to the tenant line up at The Mall at Johnson City including:
These efforts collectively reinforce The Mall at Johnson City as the place to shop, eat and play in the Tri-Cities.
The Mall at Johnson City remains focused on providing a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. In the continued need to address COVID-19, the town center has proactively implemented additions to the Code of Conduct, effective until further notice.
These additions include the following guidelines:
The Code of Conduct is posted at the Center and available online.
The Mall at Johnson City’s already rigorous disinfectant and cleaning practices will also continue many times per day, including periodically disinfecting areas most susceptible to the spread of germs. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer dispensers are located in highly trafficked areas and walkways for public use.