Brywood Centre redevelopment breaks ground
Kansas City, Mo. Westchester, Ill.-based Tri-land Properties said Wednesday that the redevelopment of Brywood Centre, in Kansas City, Mo., has officially begun and Dollar Tree has joined the project’s growing tenant roster.
Brywood Centre is anchored by a recently renovated Price Chopper supermarket, which now offers expanded deli, meat, produce and frozen departments, as well as a state-of-the-art bakery and liquor department, in a contemporary floor plan. The newest addition to the tenant line-up is Dollar Tree, which will occupy 12,000 sq. ft.
The redevelopment of Brywood Centre is partially funded through Tax Increment Financing and a Community Investment District totaling $10 million.
Tri-Land’s redevelopment of the 183,464-sq.-ft. center includes a new building facade and exterior parking lot renovations, including new paving, lighting, landscaping, signage and amenities. Also, six new outlot pads are available along highly visible 63rd Street. The initial phase of the project is scheduled for spring 2011 completion.
rue21 to open at Crossways Shopping Center
Chesapeake, Va. Virginia Beach, Va.-based Divaris Real Estate said Wednesday that rue21 has signed a lease to open a 7,550-sq.-ft. store in Crossways Shopping Center in Chesapeake, Va.
The tenant will join existing retailers Ross Dress for Less, DSW, TJMaxx, Marshall’s, Value City Furniture and Office Depot in the Divaris-leased shopping center.
Bottom Dollar Food to expand in greater Philadelphia market
Salisbury, N.C. Discount grocer Bottom Dollar Food said Wednesday it will open approximately 15-20 stores by the end of 2010 in the greater Philadelphia market.
Bottom Dollar Food has identified 21 locations for new stores, and said it is also considering other locations in the greater Philadelphia area, and will open its first store in the fall.
Bottom Dollar operates 28 stores in North Carolina, Virginia and Maryland.