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In the pipeline: Who’s building what where

January 11, 2019

Tehachapi, Calif.
City officials approved Frontier Real Estate Investments’ plans to develop the Red Apple Pavilion on nearly 14 acres of land. The six-parcel, 10-building complex will house such fast-food tenants as Carl’s Jr. and Panda Express. Tehachapi News

Chicago
The city awarded a $20 million building permit to mixed-use project Logan’s Crossing, which aims to replace a demolished shopping center with a pair of seven-level, brick-clad structures that include 220 apartments and 67,000 square feet of commercial space anchored by a Target. Developers Fifield Realty and Terraco Real Estate anticipate finishing construction on the property later this year. Curbed 

Leawood, Kan.
Owners want to upgrade the Ranchmart North shopping center, adding a drive-through for the Price Chopper anchor, some new facades and fresh landscaping. City officials have approved plans to demolish part of the center and add a multistory, mixed-use building. The Kansas City Star 

Salina, Kan.
Anderson-Crain Investment Group will renovate its Sunset Plaza Shopping Center, including the addition of a bus stop and some improved lighting and signage. The project, which includes refurbishment of the Dillons anchor, is slated for completion by sometime this spring. Salina Post

Springfield, Mo.
Simon’s 1.2 million-square-foot Battlefield Mall is updating its food court to accommodate roughly double the number of diners inside a more contemporary setting. The project is to be completed sometime in the spring. Springfield News-Leader 

Commack, N.Y.
Burlington and Five Below will split a 40,000-square-foot former Toys 'R' Us store at Kimco Realty’s Veterans Memorial Plaza. Newsday

New York City
Kimco Realty has plans to redevelop the Birchwood Shopping Center, in Flushing, N.Y., into an eight-level, mixed-use property called The Kissena Center, with 244 apartments and two levels of retail. The project is to open in 2021. Flushing Post

Rapid City, S.D.
The 175,000-square-foot Northgate Shopping Center will get a makeover and a new name — Dakota Market Square — in a repositioning that follows the loss of the Kmart anchor. Owner Dream Design wants to add outparcels and landscaping to help attract food-and-beverage tenants and, possibly, a church. NewsCenter 1

Richmond, Va.
Apple Retail Properties has signed up Pizza & Beer of Richmond to anchor The Shoppes at Rutland, in Hanover County, Va. The center will consist of two, 8,200-square-foot buildings. Additional tenants include Jersey Mike’s Subs and Sports Clips. Richmond Times-Dispatch

By Brannon Boswell

Executive Editor/SCT

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