The Green Bay Packers unveil master plan for mixed-use project
Green Bay, Wis. — The Green Bay Packers announced details for the master plan of the Titletown District, a destination area to be created immediately west of Lambeau Field Stadium in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers will invest approximately $65 million in Titletown, with a cumulative initial investment by all parties to be between $120 million-130 million.
Building upon the success of Lambeau Field's major redevelopment in 2003 and subsequent expansion and renovation completed in 2015, the planned Titletown District will maximize its location to attract more visitors to the area, spur additional regional economic growth, and offer new amenities to residents.
Central to Titletown will be a planned 10-acre public plaza, a park-like setting with year-round, diverse programming that will feature fitness-related activities, cultural opportunities, versatile space for a variety of uses, a winter ice skating rink and team-inspired public art, in addition to festive game-day action.
Three key tenants in Titletown to be integrated around the public plaza will include Lodge Kohler, a hotel built and managed by Kohler Co., a Bellin Health Sports Medicine Clinic and Hinterland Restaurant and Brewery. Future development calls for additional commercial and retail
A groundbreaking is anticipated for this fall, with a targeted completion set for fall 2017.
Papa Murphy’s continues Jacksonville expansion
Vancouver, Wash. – Papa Murphy’s Holdings Inc. is setting its sights on Jacksonville, Florida. The pizza chain is opening four new franchised stores in Jacksonville on Aug. 27.
These stores will join five other Papa Murphy’s units already located in the greater Jacksonville area.
Modernizing Broadway Mall
Hicksville, N.Y. — Pacific Retail Capital Partners announced renovations are underway for Broadway Mall located in Hicksville, New York. Mall renovations will focus on updating the main entrance to provide a grander, more recognizable entrance, modernizing the walkways with new flooring and improving outdoor hardscapes and landscapes with new benches, seating, foliage and flowers.
In conjunction with the renovation several existing stores and restaurants are remodeling or relocating. H&M will be expanding its space to 23,000 sq. ft. and on the Border Mexican Cafe and Broadway Dental will be relocating to the main entrance at the front of the property. New tenants joining the project include Noodles & Company, Blaze Pizza, Chick-fil-A and Blink Fitness.
“Investing in Broadway Mall is an investment into the community of Hicksville,” said Gary Karl, executive VP of Pacific Retail Capital Partners.
The mall will remain open throughout the renovations with a re-Grand Opening scheduled for early 2016.