The Sears department store located at Bellevue Center mall will close in August to make way for a reinvention of the long-sluggish general mall site, The Tennessean reports.
Sears has operated at the location since 1999 and employed 44 person, the morning daily notes.
Charlotte-based Crosland will oversee a future mixed-use development of the massive site.
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A crowd filled Cross Point Church in Bellevue Thursday to find out how development firm Crosland Southeast would like to revamp the long-struggling Bellevue Center site. The short answer: Replace 1 million square feet of retail with a combination of stores, restaurants, apartments and maybe a theater or an ice rink. The plans come with a big condition, however: Crosland officials say their $100 million project will need TIF help from Metro.
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It seems the reinvention of the long-dormant Bellevue Mall is looming. Mall owner Crosland Southeast has a plan and will join State Rep. Bo Mitchell — check his update here — and Metro Councilwoman Sheri Weiner at a community meeting Nov. 13 at Cross Point Community Church to discuss it.
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Keller Turner Ruth Andrews Ghanem & Heller, the Lassiter Tidwell attorneys who have set up their own shop, aren't the only new legal lease landed by the Terrazzo team. Crosland representatives say Cassidy Turley brokers Rob Gage and Robby Davis also have snagged SJW Family Law for 1,150 square feet. (Keller Turner Ruth has signed up for more than 4,700 square feet.) Combined, the two firms have lifted Terrazzo's commercial occupancy rate above 60 percent.