The newly constructed outlot, located at 120 E. Sunset Drive, will be home to Einstein Bros. Bagles, Caribou Coffee and Firehouse Subs who expect to be open by
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Ross Dress for Less will occupy the final available space, 22,000 square feet, in a power center that includes other national retailers Hobby Lobby, Famous Footwear, Dollar Tree, Home Goods, and Pet Supplies Plus.
Property owners, The Bluff Pack LLC., officially broke ground on the retail power center on in April 2016. “It is amazing how quickly the site has come together,” said Jeff Stickfort of The Bluff Pack, LLC. “The interest for the space was immediate.”
National real estate developers, Lockard and Endeavour Corp., are looking to capitalize on the recent success of their Sunset Crossing redevelopment by moving forward with a proposed new outparcel slated for city approval in the coming weeks.
Sunset Crossing, a once abandoned K-Mart building located at 120 E. Sunset Drive in Waukesha, WI, was purchased in December 2014 by Lockard. Working with the Endeavour Corp., plans were made to retrofit the 115,857 square foot building with a new tenant lineup.
The Bluff Pack, LLC officially broke ground on a 120,000 square foot, $14 million retail power center located on over 11 acres at The Bluffs in Pinnacle Prairie and announced four new tenants that will join anchor tenant Hobby Lobby.
National retailers Dollar Tree, Famous Footwear, HomeGoods, and Pet Supplies Plus will occupy approximately 45,000 sf of the retail power center located at the intersection of Prairie Parkway and Brandilynn Blvd.
“We are in discussions with several prospective tenants for the remaining space in the center,” said Dustin Whitehead, CCIM of Lockard and leasing agent for The Bluff Pack LLC. “The interest for space in Pinnacle Prairie has certainly picked up with the amount of construction happening.”
Lockard and The Bluff Pack, LLC officially announce today the anchor tenant for the power center located in The Bluffs at Pinnacle Prairie will be Hobby Lobby.
In documents filed with the City of Cedar Falls, Lockard and The Bluff Pack, LLC have agreed on plans to begin construction of a 120,000 square foot $14 million retail power center on an 11-acre site, The Bluffs at Pinnacle Prairie.