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Industry News

In the pipeline: Who’s building what, where

March 13, 2019

Vail, Ariz.
Developers are planning the Mercado del Lago, a shopping center with room for 20 tenants. KGUN 9 

Pleasanton, Calif.
Simon wants to demolish the vacant Sears anchor and a parking structure at Stoneridge Shopping Center to make way for a specialty supermarket, a movie theater and a fitness club. Patch

Denver
Developers plan to build a 30,000-square-foot supermarket and about 200 apartments near a transit station in the River North district. The Denver Post

Roswell, Ga.
Builders want to convert an empty Target store at East Village Shopping Center into about 300 apartment units and 75 town homes. Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Joliet, Ill.
Cinemark is spending $2 million to upgrade its Louis Joliet Mall to include Luxury Loungers. The project is to be completed by May. Patch

Boston
New England Development plans to start work in May on converting the top floor of CambridgeSide, a bustling East Cambridge, Mass., shopping center, into about 140,000 square feet of office space. Boston Globe

Toms River, N.J.
Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park is moving into a 30,000-square-foot former Pathmark store at Indian Head Plaza shopping center. NJ.com

Springfield, Pa.
Kaiserman Co. is redeveloping a former Office Depot anchor at its 70,000-square-foot Olde Sproul Shopping Village to make way for Mission BBQ, Outback Steakhouse and some small shops. Daily Times

Dallas
Weitzman is making over the 330,000-square-foot Grapevine Towne Center. The company will add a new facade and some lifestyle elements to this 20-year-old, Target-anchored property. Dallas News

By Brannon Boswell

Executive Editor/SCT

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