Chula Vista, Calif.
Sudberry Properties is nearing completion of the 138,000-square-foot Millenia Commons shopping center. The new center is part of the larger Millenia development, which will include offices, hotels and parks. Among the Millenia Commons retail tenants: Buy Buy Baby, Cost Plus, HomeGoods, Mattress Firm and Ross Dress for Less. Some of the stores will open this month, and the rest will follow later this year. ABC 10 News
Developers want to add about 24,000 square feet of freestanding development, including 300 apartments and some public and private amenities, to North Point Mall. The Point, as this new development is to be called, would occupy part of the mall’s former Sears anchor store, which closed last year. A rock-climbing wall and a bus shelter are included in the plans. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Point, Alpharetta, Ga.
Developer Kevin Kan is leasing up Bellaire Food Street, a new project in Chinatown that will feature 13 restaurants and a 300-car parking garage. Many of the tenants are opening their first Houston spaces. They include Beard Papa’s, Fat Ni BBQ, MeetFresh, Pepper Lunch and Popfancy Pops. CultureMap
HomeGoods says it will move into the former Elder-Beerman anchor store at Kentucky Oaks Mall, occupying about 44,000 square feet in that space. Burlington moved into the mall’s former Sears anchor in September, and an H&M is set to open this summer. WPSD 6
Developers say they plan to spend some $63 million to convert the 1.4 million-square-foot former Summit Place mall into a mixed-use property to be named Oakland County Business Center. The new project will comprise restaurants, offices and warehouses, among other uses. Demolition is to begin in April. Crain’s Detroit Business
Arapaho LLC announced plans to develop the $80 million, Menards-anchored Boomtown Central Shopping Center, in two phases, with the final completion set for 2024. Lake Expo
Whole Foods and MedFirst Primary Care are to anchor the 150,150-square-foot Waterview Marketplace, which is currently under construction with a grand opening scheduled for this summer. Developer RD Management has signed up additional tenants, among which are HomeSense, Orangetheory Fitness, Shake Shack, The Paper Store and Ulta Beauty. Daily Record
A former car lot is to become a shopping center. Developer Alan Shuman will spend $10 million to renovate the former A.W. Golden Cadillac building, which is now to accommodate a neighborhood center with a Sav-A-Lot anchor and space for 12 additional tenants. WFMZ 69
U.S. Properties Group is converting the central plaza of its 250,000-square-foot Streets of Indian Lake into a meeting place. The $2.5 million new plaza will feature three points of entry, including greenery-lined pathways to various areas for socializing and for programmed events. The plaza's opening is set for this spring. Commercial Property Executive
The Streets of Indian Lake, Nashville, Tenn.
FEOH Realty is spending $4 million to develop Eastpointe Shopping Center, a three-building retail complex on the site of a former inn. Tenants there will include Aspen Dental, Penn Station, Qdoba and Verizon. Completion is set for July. The Exponent Telegram
By Brannon Boswell