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More development underway for Magnoila Mall

(Source: City of Florence webpage) (Source: City of Florence webpage)

FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) - More shops and restaurants could soon be coming to an already bustling area.

Florence City Council voted Monday, to give extra land to Magnolia Mall, for further development.

The piece of land we’re talking about is the Frontage Road area that runs between Chick-fil-A, Burger King and David McLeod Boulevard.

Back in January of 2015 WMBF News told you Magnolia Mall requested for its boundaries to be expanded.

Specifically, developers asked to add more parcels of land surrounding the property.

Right now, it’s not clear exactly what will be placed on the newly added parcels.

“Either a bigger parking lot for like Chick-fil-A or something. I imagine it will be another restaurant or two, something like that will go out. That’s a pretty big frontage right there it would be a perfect spot for one or two restaurants,” Councilman Buddy Brand, City of Florence said.

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