Three more businesses, including a local favorite steak and seafood restaurant, are joining other retail and dining tenants at the growing Berry Farms community near Franklin.

Ludlow & Prime, SOCIETY Boutique and Sugaring NYC are moving into the 600-acre, mixed-use Berry Farms Town Center that now has more than 40 tenants, including Chick-fil-A, McDonald’s and Soulshine Pizza Factory.

Ludlow & Prime

Ludlow & Prime founder and owner, Tim Kohler, who is also CEO of Ludlow Hospitality, said his family feels at home opening the second location in Berry Farms. He added that “developing local brands in master developments has been my expertise for many years nationwide.”

Kohler has also been the senior developer for a New York-based private equity hospitality venture for nearly eight years.

He also expects to see more out-of-town patrons at Ludlow & Prime due to the hotel located at the Berry Farms Town Center, which was completely finished last year.

“Ludlow & Prime Berry Farms will continue to provide polished and friendly service in a unique environment with some new twists,” Kohler said.

More retail newcomers

Also, opening at Berry Farms is SOCIETY Boutique, which is owned and operated by former personal stylist Andrea Hanna. SOCIETY is Hanna’s second retail store in Williamson County after opening Goldfinch Boutique in College Grove.

“Berry Farms offers great foot traffic, a diverse clientele and fantastic exposure to all that Society has to offer,” Hanna said.

Sugaring NYC is a hair removal franchise that focuses on using only natural ingredients.

“There’s so much going on at Berry Farms, and even more in the works,” said Leslie Kostamaa, the franchise owner of Sugaring NYC’s Berry Farms location.

The three new retail and restaurant tenants will occupy a combined nearly 8,000 square feet of retail space in Berry Farms Town Center, which has 330 residences and more than 27,000 square feet of total retail space. Berry Farms officials said 90 percent of the retail space is now leased.

Berry Farms is located just south of Franklin on I-65.

6001 Hughes Crossing, Franklin,

By Tennessean