That Mall is sick and that Store is dead!

February 2, 2016

Kroger to anchor $60M renovation of Hampton shopping center

Filed under: dead stores,Hampton — Anita @ 11:56 am

I just found this out while dillydallying on the Daily Press’ webpage. It’s a miracle, you guys, a miracle.  This place has been dead since ’99:

 

One of the oldest shopping centers in Hampton’s Coliseum Central District is set for a $60 million overhaul pending the final sale of the property.

Hampton development officials announced plans Monday to redevelop the Riverdale Plaza Shopping Center, which includes plans for a new 123,000-square-foot Kroger Marketplace grocery store to help anchor the project.

At Home, a national home décor and furniture store based in Plano, Texas, is also set to anchor the retail center at 1072 W. Mercury Blvd. with a 91,000-square-foot store, company officials announced last week.

Augusta, Ga.-based Southeastern Development Associates would maintain and manage the retail center once the sale of the property closes, said Southeastern Development Associates President Mark Senn.

Senn said officials plan to rename the aging center Riverpointe.

All parties involved in the final transaction, including Kroger, had not reached a final agreement on the property sale by press time Monday evening.

 

 

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