A new flea market with room for up to 600 booths is scheduled to open in February at the former Cookeville Mall building in Tennessee, according to a report in the Herald-Citizen. The mall, which has been vacant for the past eight years, has been revitalized to prepare for the grand opening, with the interior portion of the building cleaned out and gutted. In addition, work is underway to replace the roof, update the HVAC system, and renovate the sprinkler system.
Opening in Three Phases
Featuring 126,000 square feet of selling space, the Cookeville Mall Flea Market will originally have 214 booths, and is gearing up to be an upscale flea market, with heating and air conditioning on top of a vast array of merchandise. Set to open in three distinct phases, the flea market will eventually have all 600 booths and a food court operational.
The market will be open Fridays 8am – 8pm, Saturdays 8am – 6pm, and Sundays 8am – 4pm. A website is currently being developed, but for more information, call manager Charlie Whited at 931-349-5710.
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