March 1, 2021

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As several Clarksville business and local community leaders have promised for months, massive items are coming to downtown Clarksville.

Another increase to that upward momentum for the most historic, however struggling portion of the city is unveiled this 7 days.

Buyers confirmed Tuesday ideas for a $4 million, a few-story, privately-owned cafe and bar facility that the entrepreneurs say is partly spawned by Montgomery County’s new multipurpose functions middle.

At the corner of Next and College streets, and across College from the major hole exactly where the new MPEC, or arena, is to be crafted, an additional few who believe that in the upcoming of downtown — Joe and Cathi Maynard — are planning to increase their have 18,700-square-foot framework that’s to be identified as, “Shelby’s Trio.”

That “trio” is to be broken down as follows:

• The initially floor will be an American-themed eatery that highlights primarily 1970s muscle autos on screen.

• The next flooring will aspect fantastic Italian cuisine organized by a experienced chef.

• The 3rd floor will have an indoor-out of doors, upscale rooftop bar. 

Joe Maynard states he hopes to have his city building permit by late-February for a new downtown spot that could open to prospects by December.

Shelby's Trio, shown in an artist rendering from front elevation.

The Maynards have previously come to be significant group supporters in other techniques, like their effectively-identified contributions to Austin Peay Condition College.

Now, they want to be a part of local governing administration and other personal buyers in assisting to direct downtown Clarksville back again to prominence, they explained.

“Final yr, we resolved to invest extra in the neighborhood and fewer in the inventory current market,” Joe Maynard explained to The Leaf-Chronicle Tuesday afternoon, “and we actually want to assist the downtown local community.