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In the pipeline: Who’s building what, where

July 9, 2019

Montgomery, Ala.
Jim Wilson & Associates is developing The Venue, a new retail center whose restaurant tenants will include Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar, Jersey Mike's Subs, Panda Express and Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar. WSFA 12 

Alameda, Calif.
Jamestown Properties wants to redevelop the South Shore Center into a mixed-use property with assisted-living residences, and retail and office space. Jamestown plans to break the project into six phases. If the plan is approved, the first phase will be completed in 2025, with the entire project stretching into at least 2041. Alameda Sun

Doraville, Ga.
Kaufman Capital Partners and Atlantic Realty Partners plan to demolish about 70 percent of the existing Village at Tilly Mill Crossing and put up two new buildings with a private street running between them. Most of the three-to-five-story structures will consist of apartments, with retail and office space on the ground floor facing the street. The project could also add an acre of green space. Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Morton Grove, Ill.
Developers and the village envision replacing the 26-acre Prairie View Shopping Center with a roughly $150 million lifestyle center. Sawmill Station, as the new center is to be called, will comprise 10 commercial buildings, 250 residential units, retail and restaurants, a grocery store and some entertainment options. The Morton Grove Village Board has taken steps to create a special taxing district to aid the development. Chicago Tribune

Fredericksburg, Va.
Publix has leased a 48,000-square-foot store at Embrey Mill Town Center, a master-planned community scheduled for completion in 2021. The Freelance-Star

Albuquerque, N.M.
New Mexico Orthopaedics signed a lease for 68,000 square feet near the Regal cinema at Goodman Realty Group’s ongoing Winrock Town Center redevelopment. The facility is scheduled for completion by the end of December. Albuquerque Journal

Fargo, N.D.
The West Acres mall is undergoing a redevelopment that includes the addition of a 30,000-square-foot restaurant and entertainment section called the District at West Acres. Meanwhile, Foss Swim School is moving into the center’s vacated Best Buy box, and At Home will be taking over the vacated Herberger’s space. West Fargo Pioneer

Galleria North, on Alpha Road east of the Dallas North Tollway, is to undergo transition from a "mall perimeter, big-box strategy to one with more of a sense of space, more experience retail and smaller shops," according to its developers. Construction is expected to commence this fall, alongside a nearly 300-unit luxury apartment complex now under construction in the center’s former parking lot. Completion is scheduled for late next summer. Dallas News

Richmond, Va.
Starwood Capital Group is purchasing a roughly 3-acre section of the parking lot around its Stony Point Fashion Park for an expansion of the 660,000-square-foot mall. Starwood owns the bulk of the mall itself, while Dillard’s and Saks Fifth Avenue own their stores there. Richmond BizSense

Martinsburg, W.Va.
Springwood Hospitality intends to open a 115-room Home2 Suites by Hilton hotel at Paramount Development Corp.’s Foxcroft Towne Center, a Hobby Lobby–anchored redevelopment of the former Martinsburg Mall. Herald-Mail

By Brannon Boswell

Executive Editor/SCT

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