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Construction Zone: New Shopping Center Near Target Takes Shape

By Cece Nunn, posted Nov 3, 2016
Crews have begun work on New Centre Commons, a 15,000-square-foot shopping center that includes retail and restaurant space. (Photo courtesy of Turnstone Partners)
Construction on a new shopping center began recently on New Centre Drive in Wilmington across from Target.

The project: A 15,000-square-foot center called New Centre Commons, 4712 New Centre Drive

What’s planned: Eight retail units ranging from about 1,500 to nearly 4,700 square feet. One is expected to contain a salon, leaving seven available for lease, including two end-caps ideal for restaurant use with fenced patios and drive-thru lanes, according to a news release from Turnstone Partners.

Developers and builders: Turnstone Partners, the firm that will be in charge of leasing at the center, and KPL Investments are co-developers of the project. Chambliss & Rabil is the general contractor.  

What’s next: The center is expected to be complete in spring 2017, the news release said.
 
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