From ‘ugly’ shopping center to retail ‘Disneyland’

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The shopping center has less than 13,000 square feet, making it much smaller than the projects Pollack typically takes on. But the small size makes it more feasible for the developer to “go overboard” in dressing it up. (Photo: Michael Pollack)

By Parker Leavitt, The Republic | azcentral.com

The shopping center has less than 13,000 square feet, making it much smaller than the projects Pollack typically takes on. But the small size

Before real-estate mogul Michael Pollack could transform an “ugly” strip mall he owned in Gilbert into something better, he needed to send his architect to Disneyland.Perhaps inspired by the small-town magic oozing from the theme park’s Main Street, U.S.A., with a touch of Western flair from Frontierland, Pollack this week unveiled his most expensive renovation project ever, per square foot.

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