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CBL Properties announces mall development plans
posted on May 24 18

CBL Properties has announced redevelopment plans for Jefferson Mall in Louisville, Ky. Plans include transforming an old Macy's building into a Round1 Bowling & Amusement venue and redeveloping a Sears building for dining, retail and entertainment. Read the Chattanooga Times Free Press story here

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Delray Beach project breaks ground
posted on May 24 18

Ground was broken on the $300 million Atlantic Crossing mixed-use development in downtown Delray Beach, Fla. The six three- or four-story buildings will include 82 luxury condos, 261 apartments, 159,000 square feet of office space, shops and restaurants, and an underground parking garage. Read The Palm Beach Post story here

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$1.5B mixed-use development under construction in Florida
posted on May 24 18

Construction has started on a $1.5 billion mixed-use development in a suburb of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The first of eight residential towers is expected to be completed this year, and development of the entire 65-acre site is expected to be completed in 2021. Read the Construction Dive story here

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San Diego to consider walkable mixed-use project
posted on May 24 18

The San Diego City Council is excepted to vote on a 72-acre, pedestrian-friendly development featuring residential, office, retail, restaurant and hotel space. "We are re-evaluating what the suburbs are and what good planning means for these suburbs," says developer Gary Levitt. Read The San Diego Union-Tribune story here

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$15M hotel project proposed in Cocoa Village, Fla.
posted on May 23 18

A developer is pursuing a plan to build a 100-plus room boutique hotel on the site of the former Cocoa City Hall in Cocoa Village. Read the Florida Today story here

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