Englewood Construction to Build Three Retail Projects in Metro Chicago

by Haisten Willis

ROMEOVILLE, WOODRIDGE AND NEW LENOX, ILL. — Englewood Construction has broken ground on three projects in Chicago’s west and southwest suburbs. The developments include the ground-up construction of the Chicago area’s first Blain’s Farm & Fleet in Romeoville, the renovation of a Sam’s Club in Woodridge and the interior remodeling of an AMC Theatre in New Lenox. In the first project, Englewood is constructing a 120,690-square-foot Blain’s Farm & Fleet at 451 S. Weber Road in Romeoville. Set to open this fall, the project will be the sporting goods retailer’s 37th location. Charlotte, N.C.-based Little Diversified Architectural Consulting is the project architect.

In the second project, the renovated AMC Theatre at 1320 Maple St. in New Lenox is scheduled to open late this summer. The installation of recliners is part of Englewood’s interior remodeling of the venue’s 14 auditoriums. The 51,269-square-foot project also includes renovations to the box office, guest services area, lobby, concessions and restrooms. Kansas City, Mo.-based Lickel Architecture is the project architect.

In the third project, Englewood is remodeling the interior of the 139,325-square-foot Sam’s Club at 7300 Woodward Ave. in Woodridge for national client Wal-mart Stores Inc. The project is scheduled for completion in late July. Rogers, Ark.-based James A. Lastovica Architect is the project architect.

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