Last week, the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors approved Crosland’s initial plans for the redevelopment of Cloverleaf Mall. The plans include at least 500 residential units and 200,000 SF of commercial space.
From an older report, the outparcels that have been consistently active will remain, and Kroger has signed on to build out their largest store yet in the Richmond-metro area.
This certainly sounds like it is moving along nicely, and it will help the area turn around after years of decline.
For a more thorough report of the announcement, read "Cloverleaf’s Newest ‘Place’" on Richmond.com. Here is a clip from that article that I found gives us some insight on the timeframe we are looking at for the redevelopment:
unrealistic for a project of this size to be absorbed over a period of
four years perhaps even until build out,” [James Downs, vice president for Crosland’s retail division] said. “The commercial
component, however, we see moving forward immediately.”
(For previous posts about this topic, see Something’s Moving at Cloverleaf Mall on 12-28-06)