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Seritage Breaks Ground on Redevelopment of Former Mall in North Dallas

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Phase I of Park Heritage in Dallas is underway with the demolition of the former Sears store at the site of the old Valley View mall.

DALLAS — Seritage Growth Properties (NYSE: SRG) has broken ground on Park Heritage, a mixed-use project located at the intersection of the LBJ Freeway and Preston Road in north Dallas that could ultimately span as much as 2 million square feet. Seritage is the master developer, and Dallas-based KDC currently plans to develop about 1.1 million square feet of Class A office space. Toll Brothers Apartment Living will construct the first phase of the project’s multifamily component, which calls for roughly 300 units. At full build-out, Park Heritage could span as much as 275,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and entertainment space, 660 to 800 multifamily units and up to 300 hotel rooms, as well as three acres of open space. Construction work will begin with the demolition of the former Sears building and automotive center, located at the site of the old Valley View mall, followed by investment in the surrounding infrastructure. Seritage was formed in 2015 to unlock the underlying real estate value of a portfolio acquired from Sears Holdings.

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