mulberry outlet shepton mallet Murfreesboro’s Gateway may add Redstone Federal Credit Union
This rendering shows a proposed Redstone Federal Credit Union that may open by spring 2019 on the north side of Medical Center Parkway opposite from the Culver’s restaurant.(Photo: Submitted)The credit union would open on the north side of Medical Center Parkway across from the Culver’s restaurant by one of the entrances to The Avenue Murfreesboro shopping center, Taylor said. Jan. 24 meeting at City Hall, 111 W. Vine St. He foresees returning to the commissioners about a month later for final plan review.
The Redstone Federal Credit Union would be a short drive from where people live, work,shop and dine in a Gateway area that includes access to Interstate 24 and Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital.
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The proposed Redstone Federal Credit Union will include administration offices, Taylor said,for a service that offers two existing branches in Murfreesboro.
One Redstone branch is by the Walmart Neighborhood Market grocery store on nearby Fortress Boulevard in the Blackman community on the southwest side of I 24. The other branch isin what used to be a First Tennessee banking office in front of a Publixgrocery store at the northeast corner of Southeast Broad Street and Rutherford Boulevard on the southeast side of the city, Taylor said.
Taylor estimates that 100 workers will be involved in building the proposed 18,
560 square foot Redstone Credit Union on 1.8 acres.
“I think it’s an exciting project and a good looking building,” Taylor said.”All of that goes into consideration in the Gateway,” Planning Commission Chairman Bob Lamb said. “When the city committed to building (Medical Center Parkway) some 12 to 13 years ago through that undeveloped farm, we wanted to control development of that area to make it aesthetically pleasing to the eye of the public as they entered ourcity.”
Many people visiting Murfreesboro have complimented city officials about the Gateway area, Lamb said.
“First impressions are important, and we wanted that area to have a good first impression on not just our citizens, but our visitors, as well,” Lamb said. “The overall body of our work has been successful out there. That is a nicearea of the city.”