Canoga Park, Calif.
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield plans to redevelop the 160,000-square-foot former Sears anchor store at Westfield Topanga & The Village into an entertainment and dining district with an upscale movie theater, bowling alley and restaurants. The $250 million redevelopment is scheduled for completion in 2021. Los Angeles Daily News
Blackwater Real Estate broke ground on a 62,200-square-foot center that will be anchored by a 48,400-square-foot Publix and include 13,800 square feet of small shops. The opening is scheduled for 2021. Pensacola News-Journal
Wesley Chapel, Fla.
Ryan Cos. has plans to develop a grocery-anchored center with six small shops and a fitness club near the entrance to Epperson Development Group’s master-planned Epperson neighborhood. Tampa Bay Times
Vernon Hills, Ill.
Centennial Real Estate is seeking village approval to convert a parking lot at Hawthorn Mall into three buildable lots for restaurants or retail uses. Daily Herald
Nassau County, N.Y.
Streetsense will work with RXR Realty and Onexim Entertainment Group to redevelop 70 acres around the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum into The Nassau Hub. The Uniondale, N.Y., project will comprise 500 units of housing, 600,000 square feet of offices, 200,000 square feet of restaurants and retail, and a hotel. Long Island Business News
Developers plan to demolish a former Elder-Beerman department store and construct four buildings: a 32,000-square-foot Bob’s Discount Furniture, a 22,000-square-foot T.J.Maxx, a 12,500-square-foot unnamed furniture store and a 3,500-square-foot restaurant. Toledo Blade
Developers are planning a $16 million grocery-anchored center called Frayser Gateway on a 20-acre blighted lot. WMC Action News 5
Bed Bath & Beyond, Buy Buy Baby and Tru Fit Athletic Clubs are moving into a former Sears store at Park North Shopping Center. My San Antonio
Brookfield Asset Management will add a boutique hotel to its planned CityPlace Burlington mixed-use project. The $120 million, 10-story project is on the site of downtown’s former Burlington Town Center Mall. VTDigger
JT Klein Co. plans to demolish Westgate Mall after buying the property from supermarket chain Hy-Vee. The company plans to build a $100 million mixed-use center around the mall’s existing Hy-Vee anchor, which will remain open. The property will comprise residential and retail. Madison.com
By Brannon Boswell