Outlet mall gets $10M expansion

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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Woodburn Company Stores has started construction on its fifth expansion, which will cost $10 million and provide space for 16 retailers.

The 38,569-square-foot expansion, which is being built on the northwest side of the mall’s property, has been planned since Woodburn Company Stores opened in 1999. It will consume the last chunk of property that available on the Woodburn mall’s site along Interstate 5.
When the expansion is done, Woodburn Company Stores will have a grand total of about 390,000-square-feet of leasable space and 114 stores. The mall has thrived during the down economy, and its parking lot, which has room for 2,000 vehicles, is often packed.

Read more at The Statesman Journal.

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Tommy777
0 #1 Tommy777Tommy777 2012-02-14 14:34:37
Wouldn't a portion of the addtional retail space be better utilized for customer parking?
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