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Indian Lake Village

Streets of Indian Lake shopping area
Regal Cinemas at Indian Lake

Indian Lake Village, located in Hendersonville, Tennessee, is a huge business, shopping, residence, and recreation complex. It aspires to be the next Cool Springs area.[1] The development is being constructed by Halo Properties.

Streets of Indian Lake

A new Regal Cinemas, with 18 theatres, and many mall-like stores made their grand opening in early-mid March, 2008.

A new 40,000 sq ft (3,700 m2) library is currently in construction, slated to open late summer of 2008. In addition to the library, a new 22-acre (89,000 m2) park is under development. Joining the theatre, will be 8,500,000 square feet (790,000 m2) of retail, three million square feet of class A office, and 1,000 residential homes.

Hendersonville High School holds its annual Homecoming Parade here every year, the streets become filled with marching football players, students wearing black & gold, and many city dwellers.

References

  1. ^ Indian Lake Village

External links

  • http://www.hendersonvillemoms.com/2007/07/indian-lake-village-development.html


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