Category Archives: Retail

Another huge project for Los Angeles’ South Park

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This is just amazing. Another mega project for LA’s south Park with a newly announced multi tower project with high rises up to 42 stories to be located at Olympic and Figueroa all the way to Eleventh and Flower. China’s developer, Shenzhen Hazens Real Estate Groupis currently in the ntotlement process on the Gensler designed…

Delaware County’s Tanger Outlet Mall Approved

Delaware County commissioners have approved the $17.6 mil worth of roads that well soon serve the route 36/37 net leased retail 350,000 square feet Tanger Outlet Malls. Preliminary site work has already begun, but a date for the official ground breaking hasn’t been announced yet, but it expected to be very soon. The project includes…

Los Angeles’ South Park New Developments in Progress

In my 30 years in LA, never did I think I would see something like the following happening. South Park, roughly defined as southwest of the Arts District, south of downtown Los Angeles, east of the 110 and north of the 10, has 28 new developments in progress. Historically, what is now known as South…

Los Angeles Gets 40 Story Mixed User in Historic Core

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Hellen’s 525 S Spring Street will get a big high rise designed by Steinberg Architects with TSK Architects and seen here http://urbanize.la/post/new-design-and-rendering-stationers-tower-project-historic-core. Plus, this will include the renovation of three historic theaters on Broadway, LA’s Broadway, the Roxie, Cameo, and Arcade to further the very successful revitalization of the theater district.  http://la.curbed.com/archives/2015/02/stunning_looks_inside_7_of_broadways_rarely_opened_theaters.php This is the…

Clintonville – North Broadway and High Street Development

Northstar Realty and Mark Ford of Ford and Associates AIA presented a preview of preliminary plans they will eventually take to the Clintonville Area Commission for approval.  The meeting was hosted by Positively Clintonville https://www.facebook.com/pages/Positively-Clintonville/1401958676717564 to allow the developer to get feedback from the community before the plans were submitted for approval from the city….

Latest Approved Bridge Park Plans for Dublin Ohio

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The city of Dublin, Ohio approved the basic development plan for the Massive Bridge Park Development. Once completed The Bridge Park Development is expected to be over one million square feet of residential, 222,000 square feet of office, 120,000 square feet of retail, 136,000 of conference and hotel, 92,000 square feet of restaurant plus a…

Developers Chosen For Old Columbus Municipal Power Plant On Nationwide Blvd

The City of Columbus announced that they have chosen Brad DeHays and Schiff Capital to redevelop the three buildings that comprise the long closed Columbus Municipal Power Plant property at 555 West Nationwide Blvd. The three buildings mentioned above are all on the north side of Nationwide Blvd. The plan is to add retail, office…

Rick Caruso does Pacific Palisades

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The reimagining of Pacific Palisades’ Palisades Village has been underway for years by Rick Caruso, developer of The Grove and Americana at Brand.   Now the actual work is about to begin and is expected to be completed in 2017. Palisades is one of if not my favorite Southern California suburbs, but had become a little…

New Six Story Culver City / Palms Mixed Use

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Better late than never is the story with this new ground floor net leased retail mixed use building with 131 apartment units above.  It’s on the northwest corner of Washington Blvd and Hughes Avenue in Palms, bordering Palms and Culver City. Developed by NMS Properties with Architects Killefer Flammang in Santa Monica.  The building will…

Campus Partners Picks Edwards for South Campus Gateway

It was announced today that it was local developer, Edwards Communities that was picked to develop Ohio State University’s South Campus Gateway. The retail, office and residential development will be one step closer to connecting the short North with OSU and Weinland Park. The seven acre development is mostly east of high Street in the…

Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission – Insight 2050 Report

Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) with collaborative partners Columbus 2020 and ULI Columbus released their final draft of their Insight 2050 report to compare and contrast four different possible growth scenarios for Central Ohio. The four scenarios compare growth similar to what we’ve done in the past with urban sprawl in Scenario A to…

Temperance Row Brewing Opens in Uptown Westerville

As many locals know, Westerville was ground zero of the temperance movement in the early 1900s. Ironically, Toni Cabilovsky named the new Westerville Uptown Deli and Brew at 41 N State Street Westerville, with the brewery named Temperance Row Brewing. Toni also brought brewmaster Scott Francis into the project to run the brewery . Francis…

New Whole Foods for Burbank in 241 Unit Mixed Use Apartment Complex

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It took developer Michael Cusumano two years to get this through Burbank’s planning commission and city council, and despite the objections of Burbank’s mayor, the project finally got approved. Residents complained as always that the project will jack up traffic flow. The developer will have to drop $250,000 to go toward ‘traffic calming’ measures and…

Easton Gateway Getting BJ’s Brewhouse, Melt Bar and Grilled and Pies and Pints

The 54 acre Easton Gateway is getting 13 new net leased retail and restaurant tenants in addition to bog box tenant Field and Stream, REI and Saks off Fifth . Huntington Beach based, polished casual restaurant BJ’s Brewhouse will be opening their third Central Ohio location. Cleveland based Melt Bar and Grill will be opening…

New Six 254 Unit Story Mixed Use for Reseda

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We haven’t seen much new for Reseda in decades so this is a significant start. Now that the LA river waterfront is beginning the process of partial deconstruction with a planned continuous landscaped riverfront complete with walking and biking paths we’ll begin to see a revitalization of mixed use retail and multifamily condo and apartment…

Jerome Township Near Dublin to Get New Retail Center

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The Columbus and Central Ohio metro has been relatively quiet in recent years concerning large scale suburban retail developments, but that’s going to change a bit with the Simon Tangers Outlet retail Mall at I-71 and route 36 in Delaware County, Bridge Street Corridor in Dublin and now this 400,000 square foot net leased retail…

West Hollywood Restoration Hardware on Melrose to Open on 24th

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The new European villa like Restoration Hardware will be located at 8564 Melrose Ave in West Hollywood. The older store over by Beverly Center at 8722 Beverly Blvd. will not be closed as earlier rumored, but instead will be transitioned to a Restoration Hardware Baby & Child. Originally, retailer Restoration Hardware had planned on occupying…

Downtown Los Angeles Commercial Development Recap

Downtown Los Angeles News (DTNews) just recapped the truly mega number of commercial developments underway or in planning stages for downtown for a total of 94 today with 14 of those added since late spring. Plans are for at least 3,000 new residential units, Condos and apartments, in just the 14 new projects announced since…

Johnny Rockets at the Local Drive-In?

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This is an interesting nostalgic concept that I read about on Daily Finance and Business Week. And anyone who knows me is quite aware that I’m into 50s and 60s collector cars and old music and old everything since I’m old.  So of course I would notice this. The first drive-in theaters appeared around 80…

Eight major changes coming to the streets of LA.

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I read this one today on Curbed LA. The primary reason I’m posting it is this: ” A crackdown on the jerks who misuse disabled placards to park for free at meters” I don’t know how they’re going to do this, but I really really hope it works. Second reason is: “No more insane towering parking…