Olive Garden and Mattress Firm have new neighbor: Dunkin’ Donuts

Construction has begun on a building in Wake Forest Crossing to house Dunkin’ Donuts and Aspen Dental.


By JAY LAMMeditor@wsj30.com

Wake Forest is getting another new Dunkin Donuts.

Construction on a two unit shell building is underway at 12612 Capital Boulevard in Wake Forest Crossing. The building will house Aspen Dental and Dunkin’ Donuts. 

This is the second Dunkin’ Donuts presently under construction in Wake Forest. The other is at 2870 Rogers Road.

The property is owned by CHI-Wake Forest, LLC  from Greenville S.C.

WIMCO, based in Washington, N.C., is doing the building construction.

No opening date is known for either business.

New Dunkin‘ Donuts under construction at 2870 Rogers Road.
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