Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Starbucks and a Pacific Dental Services clinic will be part of the Long Farm Village mixed-use development.
Russell Mosely, who is developing Long Farm on a 237-acre tract of farmland assembled by his grandfather, the late U.S. Sen. Russell Long, said the businesses will be part of a 9,350-square-foot building now under construction. Mosely plans to deliver the building to the tenants this summer, about the same time the Rouses supermarket, which will anchor the retail portion of Long Farm, is set to open. The businesses should all open by the end of the year.
Work should begin on a second retail building, which will be about 8,500 square feet, in the next three or four months, Mosely said. Construction on the Zaxby’s chicken tender restaurant in Long Farm Village also should begin shortly, he said.
Long Farm Village, which is bordered by Airline and Jefferson highways and Barringer-Foreman Road, will eventually have about 400 single-family residences, up to 1,100 multifamily units and 690,000 square feet of office, commercial and retail space.