New Life for Plymouth Mall Site 620 330 UrbanWorks Architecture

New Life for Plymouth Mall Site

via Finance and Commerce

At the southwest corner of Highway 169 and Rockford Road in Plymouth, an empty mall sits atop more than a decade of scrapped plans.

Plymouth’s Four Seasons Mall has a long history of proposals that led to dead ends, but Wellington Management Inc.’s most recent sketch is gaining steam. The city bought the land last June and put out a request for proposals for redevelopment, selecting the St. Paul-based developer in January.

The proposal includes two five-story, mixed-income apartment buildings with about 411 units with an underground garage, a 300-stall public park-and-ride ramp, a 15,000-20,000 square foot retail building and a two-story, 32,000-square-foot office building.

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