June 12, 2017 Comments Off on Former Redlands Mall Set for MXU Redevelopment Views: 1221 California News, Inland Empire

Former Redlands Mall Set for MXU Redevelopment

San Diego-based Brixton Capital plans to redevelop the former Redlands Mall into a mixed-use retail and residential project with additional parking for downtown. City officials called the plan for the 5.4-acre infill site in the center of downtown Redlands, CA an “exemplary mix of living, shopping service and dining opportunities.”

The project will re-connect East and West State streets, and include a water feature as an anchor to a new pedestrian passage through the site. The initial phase will include expanding public surface parking along Redlands Boulevard.

Subsequent phases will include retail on one level with lofts and apartments above, as well as two three-story parking structures. The existing CVS pharmacy and retail stores at Orange Street and Redlands Boulevard will receive new facades and remain in place until later phases of redevelopment.

Brixton Capital must still secure development and environmental approvals before moving forward.

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