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In the pipeline: Who’s building what where

November 8, 2018

Scottsdale, Ariz.
Nationwide Realty Investors unveiled plans for a 134-acre mixed-use development to be built around Nationwide Insurance’s 460,000-square-foot regional headquarters. The $950 million project will include multifamily and retail space and two hotels. Phoenix Business Journal

Adelanto, Calif.
Lewis Retail Centers will kick off construction of Adelanto Towne Center, a nine-building, 12.5-acre retail center with 54,000 square feet comprising a fast-food restaurant, a gas station, a multitenant retail building and a car wash. The anticipated completion date is set for early 2020. Daily Press

Brandon, Fla.
Lucky’s Market will anchor Site Centers’ redevelopment of a former Kmart site. The property, which is to be called Collection at Brandon Boulevard, will include the 31,800-square-foot Lucky’s, a 15,000-square-foot junior anchor and five smaller stores. Tampa Bay Times

Columbus, Ohio
Arcadia Development wants to demolish the 1960s-era Golden Bear Shopping Center to make way for a six-level mixed-use project. The new development would feature 30,000 square feet of ground-level retail space with offices above. Columbus Underground

The Shoppes at Eagle Point, Cookeville, Tenn.

Cookeville, Tenn.
CBL Properties officially opened The Shoppes at Eagle Point, a 228,000-square-foot center anchored by Academy Sports, Ross Dress for Less and Ulta Beauty. The center’s Publix anchor opened in August. Food tenants Five Guys Burgers & Fries, Panda Express and Panera are to open this month. Herald-Citizen

San Benito, Texas
Varco Real Estate is developing a 50,000-square-foot, $5 million mixed-use center on the site of a former hotel. The three-phase project is expected to break ground early next year. Valley Morning Star

Salt Lake City
Biotech firm Recursion Pharmaceuticals opened a 100,000-square-foot office in a former Dick’s Sporting Goods store at The Gateway. The move is part of owner Vestar’s plan to diversify the property’s tenant mix away from being exclusively retail. Recent additions include Artemis Health, management consultancy Cicero Group, co-working firm Kiln and The Salt Lake Tribune. The developers also plan to bring in locally based fine-foods grocer The Store and an entertainment-oriented tenant later this year. The Salt Lake Tribune

Arlington, Va.
Republic Properties Corp. plans to redevelop the Boston Market–anchored Westmont Shopping Center into a mixed-use property with 250 apartments over some 23,200 square feet of retail space. The developer says it aims to complete the project by 2020. ARLnow

Glendale, Wis.
Developer Cypress Equities plans to demolish part of the Bayshore Town Center to make way for additional residential and office space. The $75 million plan would convert several vacant stores into other uses and develop new buildings on existing parking lots. The redevelopment project would run through 2021. Current tenants Bar Louie, Forever 21 and Trader Joe’s will continue to operate during the process. Journal Sentinel

By Brannon Boswell

Executive Editor/SCT

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