Park Development to Redevelop Vacant Mall in Central Indiana

by Katie Sloan

Logansport, Ind. — Park Development has unveiled plans to redevelop the vacant Logansport Mall in central Indiana into an open-air retail center named The Junction. Built in 1968, the mall has sat largely vacant for the past decade. Design plans by GEA Architects call for nearly 160,000 square feet of retail space along with three outlots. The Junction is shadow anchored by a Walmart Supercenter and Home Depot. Existing tenants Dollar Tree and Dunham’s Sports will also remain. Planet Fitness opened a new location last spring, Harbor Freight Tools is slated to open in January and a Home2 Suites hotel is scheduled to open this fall. Randall, Miller & Associates will serve as project engineer, and Lee & Associates will market the property for lease. A timeline for completion was not provided. Park Development also plans to build a single-family housing project less than a mile from The Junction. Dubbed Lexington Village, the community will consist of 52 homes ranging in size from 900 to 3,000 square feet.

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