Retail Construction Updates

Retail Construction Updates

Yaeger Architecture, Inc. is serving as Architect of Record on Greenwich Place, a 106-acre development located in Northeast Wichita at K-96 and Greenwich in Wichita, Kansas. The 3 phase project is being developed by Wichita Destination Developers, Inc.

Phase I of the project consists of a 38,000 SF Bed Bath & Beyond, a 14,000 SF BuyBuy Baby, and a 17,000 Cost Plus World Market.  All three stores developed in Phase I opened in February 2016.

Phase II of the Greenwich Place project includes an Ulta Beauty, Ross Dress for Less, and Designer Shoe Warehouse.  The roof is currently going on Ross and steel and masonry are 95% complete. Slabs have been poured for Ulta and DSW and exterior light gauge framing is going up and in various stages of completion.

Phase III of the project includes a maurices and HomeGoods.  Masonry walls are complete, construction of steel joists is near completion and decking will commence soon.

Outparcels and pad sites for Greenwich are under development.

Greenwich_May-2016
Greenwich Place: A very wet Spring has created a lot of mud on the project site.

 

Yaeger Architecture is providing architectural services for two buildings which are part of the Promontory, a living, shopping, and entertainment development located at the northeast corner of 91st and Metcalf in Overland Park.  The mixed-use project by Launch Development will have more than 153,000 SF of shops, restaurants and services.  New façade work is currently under construction on several retail buildings on the Metcalf side.  Tenant relocations are part of the next phase of development.

Promontory Facade Update
Promontory: New Facade Construction

 

Yaeager Architecture is performing design services for Truman’s Marketplace, a shopping center on a 52-acre site located at the intersection of Blue Ridge Boulevard and I-49, on what was once the boyhood farm of Harry S. Truman. The center is anchored by Price Chopper Grocery Store and includes a wide variety of tenants. The center is at various stages of construction with Burlington, Petco, Topsy’s, and Five Below having already opened.  Exterior construction has been completed on Ross Dress for Less and T.J. Maxx and construction crews are currently working on the interiors.

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