rooftop restaurant

The official groundbreaking is not for a couple more weeks, but it looks like preliminary construction started this week on the renovations to the First Tennessee building on the square in Franklin.

The project encompasses the renovation of the First Tennessee Building adding street level and rooftop restaurants and second-and-third-floor office space on the square in downtown Franklin.

There is a temporary vault and offices being set up for First Tennessee customers. The parking lot itself will be renovated and another teller station installed when the project is complete.

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  1. […] The Spring Hill-based business, originally founded by Erskine Early in 1925, was saved and rehabilitated by father and son Curt and Curtis Gibbs in 2010. Two years later they opened at 209 E. Main Street, in the historic Dr. McPhail building, built in 1815 as a doctor’s office and used by the Union as its headquarters in the Battle of Franklin. It now sits, as the town grew around it, across from Baskin Robbins and on the edge of the currently-under-renovation First Tennessee Bank building. […]

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