IKEA plots Nashville pickup point for customers

Posted at 5:20 PM, May 25, 2022
and last updated 2022-05-28 12:58:40-04

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — IKEA announced it will have a new pick-up point location in Nashville.

This comes after the 2018 disappointment within the Antioch community when the popular furniture store halted plans to open upoff of I-24 by Bell Road.

Instead, Tanger Outlets announced development at the site that was first expected to be home to IKEA.

Now, the expectation for ready-to-assemble Swedish furniture will be met in the Metro area.

Customers ordering select items can have them shipped to Nashville at 707 Spence Lane. IKEA will tack on a $35 flat fee.

"As IKEA U.S. continues its transformation journey to become more accessible by opening new customer meeting points in cities, we are excited to bring the IKEA experience closer to the Nashville community," IKEA officials wrote.


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