The Discount Mega Mall, a huge indoor flea market at Logan Square, Chicago, will soon be redeveloped with a complete make out as proposed by Willmette-based retail developer Terraco Inc. and Chicago-based real-estate brokerage firm Sierra U.S. The newly developed mall will be called Logan’s Crossing.
Located on the east quadrant of Milwaukee Ave. and Sacramento Ave., the project offers 166,390 sq. ft. of retail space and 426 parking spaces on a 2.55 acre site. With a 40,550 sq. ft. space designated for a potential grocery store tenant and 45,000 sq. ft. for a fitness center tenant already reserved, the rest of the spaces will be divided among small to medium retailers, according to the Sierra U.S. advertisements on the website.
Designed by Chicago-based architectural design firm Antunovich Associates, the proposal has some similarity to their mega-sized retail development program in Broadway, Lakeview, but the Logan Square development would be much longer than it is tall – stretching all the way from roughly 2464 N. Milwaukee Ave. to 2534 N. Milwaukee Ave, reports Chicago.curbed.com.
“If all goes well, this will be something that would open in late 2016. But everything would have to go very right,” Scott Gendell, founder and president of Terraco, was quoted saying in Dnainfo.com.
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