Northpark Funding

A multimillion dollar renovations for Northpark will begin in the first quarter of 2018. The renovations will encompass a comprehensive redevelopment of the center including; entrances, dining area, children’s play area, restrooms, interior and exterior landscaping, furniture, fixtures, lighting and common areas.

“These renovations provide a new atmosphere, modern design, thoughtful options for families, and a place to create memories through experiences that go beyond shopping,” said Gary Karl, Chief Operating Officer of Pacific Retail Capital Partners, manager of the mall.

 “We’ve been working with Northpark leadership for years to reinvest in the property,” Ridgeland Mayor Gene McGee said. “We are anxiously awaiting the designs and look forward to working with them on ensuring the expectations of our community are exceeded.”

 “Investing in Northpark and this strong community benefits everyone,” Karl said. “The renovations and added amenities will provide an improved experience, for both our retailers and community. The fresh dining venues, children’s interactive play experience and family lounge create a stylish and warm, family-friendly gathering hub for Ridgeland.”

“This renovation is part of the longer term overall redevelopment of the property as we continue to look at filling a deficit in entertainment options in the tri-county area, as well as new local and national dining experiences and the right curated mix of retailers to fit the needs of this community.”

Northpark will remain open throughout the redevelopment with a scheduled completion of the work for late 2018.

 

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