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Former Mount Pleasant Sticky Fingers restaurant site sells for $3.8

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The famous Mount Pleasant restaurant building, which is planning to open a taco restaurant, is now under new owners.

Laura RoycePresident of Asheville, North Carolina White Duck Taco Shoppaid just over $3.8 million on Oct. 4 for the 5,800-square-foot building at 341 Johnny Dodds Boulevard. Sticky Fingers Ribhouse operated for many years.

The 0.74 acre property was last sold five years later in 1997 for $725,000. Chad Waldorf, Jeff Goldstein When Todd Ishaid Released Sticky Fingers. The Mount Pleasant location closed in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Last May, Lois, who owns three Asheville locations and now lives in Charleston, leased the former ribs and barbecue restaurant with an option to buy.

Royce said he decided to go ahead with the purchase of a property just south of Houston-Northcutt Boulevard because he “had to redo everything.”







The site of the former Sticky Fingers restaurant in Mount Pleasant recently changed ownership for more than $3.8 million. The Asheville-based president of White Duck Taco Shop purchased the property after he announced there was an opportunity to lease the site in 2021 with an option to buy.File/Warren L. Wise/Staff


“It was a bit of a pickle,” she said.

Now that the property purchase was over, an exhilarated Lois couldn’t help herself.


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“It’s a really hard feeling to explain because we know everything we’ve invested in has been beneficial to the company and our franchisees.” .”

She also noted that ownership gives her more peace of mind about the amount and time spent on renovation projects.

Passers-by may have noticed that the taco shop’s name was recently placed in the building and once hung on a roadside sign that read “Sticky Fingers,” but by the time the restaurant opens, It will take months.


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Royce tentatively hopes to begin serving diners in December or January, but that will depend on the arrival of the necessary supplies, she said.

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Her store in Asheville is open from 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., but East Cooper’s site includes a full-fledged bar, so it might stay open until midnight.

According to the company’s website, White Duck has seven franchised stores: two in Greenville, one each in Charlotte, North Carolina; Hendersonville, Nashville; Matthews, North Carolina; and Johnson City, Tennessee. A restaurant is also under construction in Chattanooga, Tennessee.







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They include simple tree, grace frederick design, high steak butcher shop, Jimmy Johns, Sum Wine Bar, New Leaf Builders Design Center, opal aesthetics, seaboard builders When weight space As a signed tenant on 5 acres of commercial space. The shop will open in December 2023.

Charleston based development New leaf builder It also includes 56 homes, including single-family homes and townhome options. Home sales information will be released in November.


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Several large trees are protected at this site, which has been under construction for several years as a destination for John Islander to live, work and play.

“Given the high visibility and scale of this property’s giant trees, we have spent a significant amount of time designing these buildings to work with the property’s existing features,” said New Leaf founders. says. Adam Baslow.

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