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In the pipeline: Who’s building what, where

August 22, 2019

Jacksonville, Fla.
Harbour Retail Partners’ 75,000-square-foot Tamaya Market will sit at the entrance to the 780-acre Tamaya master-planned development. Besides the Sprouts Farmers Market anchor and the adjacent shops on each side, totaling some 54,000 square feet, an additional 21,000 square feet will be developed among the three outparcels. The center is set to open early next year. Jacksonville Daily Record

The 1.4 million-square-foot St. Johns Town Center will add on a fourth phase that is to comprise a movie theater, a hotel and additional retail space. Restoration Hardware and Pinstripes Bowling Bocce Bistro will be among the new tenants. Jacksonville Daily Record

Highland Park, Ill.
Albion Jacobs Highland Park is to convert a former Saks Fifth Avenue store downtown into a five-level apartment building with street-level commercial space. Chicago Tribune

Morton Grove, Ill.
Sawmill Station, a $150 million mixed-use retail and residential development, will include a lifestyle center with Dollar Tree, Kohl’s, an LA Fitness Signature Club and Ross Dress for Less among the tenants. The opening is set for 2020. Journal & Topics

Las Vegas
Developer Remington Nevada is to build a 320,000-square-foot open-air retail center in the former Sears Auto building in the parking lot of Boulevard Mall. Construction of Boulevard Plaza, as the project will be called, is to start next summer, with completion tentatively set for the summer of 2021. The plaza will feature national and regional retailers and restaurants. Las Vegas Review-Journal

Halcyon, a $370 million mixed-use development, will open in metro Atlanta's Forsyth County on Sept. 18. The 135-acre project will offer about 480,000 square feet of office and retail space, two hotels and nearly 700 residential units. Atlanta Business Chronicle

New York City
Empire Outlets, in the New York City borough of Staten Island, announced a new specialty-leasing program that will provide space for small businesses to set up kiosks for the summer. Spectrum News NY1

Charlotte, N.C.
BPR Properties submitted a $300 million plan for the 2.6-acre former Charlotte Transportation Center site. The project is to comprise high-rise buildings with offices, apartments, affordable housing, condos and hotel rooms, plus a retail and plaza development with a "sustainable shopping" focus. WSOC TV 

Centerville, Ohio
Dillin LLC has plans to redevelop a former Kroger store as the 325,000 square-foot Centerville Place, a shopping strip that will include such tenants as Bath & Body Works, Great Clips and Kroger Marketplace. Dayton Daily News

Mount Pleasant, S.C.
The Shoppes at Mount Pleasant Racquet Club, which will comprise 30,000 square feet of retail space spread over four buildings, is being proposed for the front of the planned tennis-court facility across from Charleston Fun Park. The Post and Courier

By Brannon Boswell

Executive Editor/SCT

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