Los Angeles — The center is being developed in partnership with city agencies to satisfy an underserved area of the city.
Los Angeles — On June 14, Regency Centers Corp. began construction on the $21 million Juanita Tate Marketplace in Los Angeles. The project is being developed in partnership with Concerned Citizens of South Central Los Angeles (CCSCLA) and in conjunction with the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles (CRA/LA) to bring an infill neighborhood center to an underserved area of the city.
The 77,096-square-foot Juanita Tate Marketplace will be anchored by a 42,500-square-foot Northgate Gonzalez Market and a 14,576-square-foot CVS/pharmacy. The property will be the only center in the trade area to feature both a grocery and a drug store, according to Regency Centers. The remaining retail space will include small shops, quick-service restaurants and an education community center operated by CCSCLA. The development will open during the first quarter of 2014.