Once the king of malls Metrocenter headed for infill development

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infill developmentBy Eric Jay Toll | Phoenix Business Journal

Metrocenter Mall may be the future face of enclosed mall renaissance and urban infill.

Carlyle Group, owners of the massive central Phoenix mall and local developer Jeff Geyser have eyes on massive changes for the mall itself and a satellite center Geyser just acquired at Dunlap and 29th avenues at the south entrance to the mall.

Warren Fink, Carlyle COO, said the shopping center owner has a lot of activity on the books for the final quarter of 2015. Walmart will break ground on its previously announced 148,000-square-foot store in early December. It’s slated to open in October 2016.


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