Prince Frederick, Md. — MCB Real Estate and Generation Properties have broken ground on Armory Square, a 110,000-square-foot shopping center located in Prince Frederick, roughly 44 miles southeast of Washington, D.C. The site is situated on 12.5 acres that once housed Calvert Middle School. Tenants at the center will include Aldi, Michaels, Sneade’s Ace Home Center, Dash-In, First Watch, Jersey Mike’s, Hangry Joe’s, Always Ice Cream, Foster’s Grille and Quickway Hibachi. 

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Cambridge, Mass. — New England Development has announced plans to open CanalSide Food + Drink, a new food hall in Cambridge, approximately one mile outside Boston. Situated within the developer’s CambridgeSide mixed-use development, the food hall is scheduled to open this fall. CanalSide will feature a bar — dubbed C-Side Bar — as well as 14 eateries. Announced concepts include anoush’ella, Caffé Nero, Chilacates, DalMoros Fresh Pasta To Go, Fresh, InChu, Lala’s Neapolitan-ish Pizza, Nu Burger, Sapporo Ramen and Teazzi Tea Shop. RODE designed the food hall, with Whiting Turning serving …

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Eatontown, N.J. — Kushner has today broken ground on the $500 million mixed-use redevelopment of Monmouth Mall in Eatontown, roughly 50 miles outside New York City. Upon completion, the property will comprise 900,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. Whole Foods Market will anchor the development, which will also feature a public green, pedestrian pathways, 1,000 residential units and medical office space. Construction will include the demolition of 600,000 square feet of retail space at the site. 

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Atlanta — Atlanta-based fast-casual brand Chick-fil-A will open four new restaurants in metro Miami. Chick-fil-A has broken ground on the first of the units, which will comprise 4,800 square feet in Cutler Bay. Dustin Griffiths of Chick-fil-A and David Emihovich of Katz & Associates represented Chick-fil-A in the lease negotiations. Michael Berkowitz of Berkowitz Development Group and Douglas Landsea of Landsea Development are the landlords. Development is scheduled to begin on three additional restaurants — which will be located in Miami Shores, Pinecrest and Princeton — later this year. 

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Middletown, Del. — Blenheim Group has broken ground on Bayberry Town Center, a 280,000-square-foot mixed-use project in Middletown. A 64,000-square-foot Weis Markets with a fuel facility will anchor the property. Other tenants at the development will include a bank, pet store, spa and nail salon. Construction on Weis Markets is scheduled to begin this fall, with the opening of Weis and several other tenants planned for 2025. Upon completion, the project will also feature office space, two green spaces, 145 townhomes and internal street and trail connectivity. Jim Tancredi of LMT …

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Marble Falls, Texas — A group of developers doing business as Flatrock Development Partners LLC has announced plans for The Shops at Flatrock Crossing, a $130 million retail center in Marble Falls, about 50 miles northwest of Austin. Developers include Bob Berryhill of Empirita Development (developer of record) and Bobby Johnson of Twenty Two 10 Group. Academy Sports + Outdoors will anchor the 330,000-square-foot center. Other tenants will include T.J. Maxx, Ulta Beauty, Five Below, Famous Footwear, James Avery and Maurices. Construction is scheduled to begin in early June. United Commercial …

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Inglewood, Calif. — Three new tenants have signed leases totaling 128,500 square feet at Hollywood Park, a mixed-use development currently underway in Inglewood, approximately 13 miles outside downtown Los Angeles. JD Sports and Iconix Fitness will occupy 7,500 and 56,000 square feet, respectively, beginning this summer. Cosm will also open a 65,000-square-foot experiential venue at the property this summer. Upon completion, Hollywood Park — which is being developed by Los Angeles Rams Owner and Chairman E. Stanley Kroenke — will feature up to 890,000 square feet of retail space, as well …

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Queen Creek, Ariz. — Vestar has announced plans to break ground this month on Phase 2 of construction at Vineyard Towne Center in Queen Creek, roughly 40 miles outside Phoenix. Upon completion, Vineyard Towne Center will comprise 260,000 square feet. Tenants at Phase 2, which is fully leased and scheduled to open in fall 2025, include Target, McDonald’s, Verizon, Petco, Mattress Firm, My Dr. Now, Better Buzz Coffee, Zaxby’s, Ono Hawaiian BBQ and Mountain America Credit Union. Phase 1 of the project includes tenants Keep it Cut Hair Salon, Crown One …

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Sterling Heights, Mich. — Lionheart Capital has unveiled plans for the $1 billion mixed-use redevelopment of Lakeside Mall in the Detroit suburb of Sterling Heights. The redevelopment process will begin with the demolition of the enclosed regional mall following its closure on July 1. The new development will be anchored by a mixed-use town center and central park featuring shops, offices, coffee houses, restaurants, an area for community gatherings and events, and a two-story community center with recreational amenities including swimming pools, fitness facilities and libraries.  The project is also set …

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Tampa, Fla. — Strategic Property Partners LLC has unveiled the next phase of Water Street Tampa, the company’s $3 billion mixed-use neighborhood underway in downtown Tampa. The next phase will comprise three separate buildings with residential, office and hospitality/entertainment space.   The third building will feature a select-service hotel, parking garage and entertainment uses, including food-and-beverage options and a live music venue. The office complex will also feature ground-floor retail space.  The road and utility infrastructure work for these additions is currently underway and expected to be complete in spring 2025. Last …

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