Macon, Ga. — JWA Ventures, a division of Jim Wilson & Associates, has announced plans to develop a 15-acre, Publix-anchored shopping center in Macon, Georgia.
Tobesofkee Crossing will span 68,000 square feet, with Publix occupying 48,000 square feet. JWA Ventures expects to lease the center’s remaining inline space to service retailers and restaurants. Two additional freestanding sites are available for development. Construction is expected to begin in the second quarter of this year with delivery anticipated for second-quarter 2020. The asset will serve as the gateway to Macon’s Tobesofkee community, which is anchored by the 1,800-acre Lake Tobesofkee. A spokesperson for Publix says the grocer will employ 120 to 150 people at the new Macon location.