Without much fanfare, developers have installed much of the infrastructure needed to move ahead rapidly with development of Station Park, a project that carries an estimated price tag of $250 million and is expected to bring as much as 1 million square feet of retail business to the city. Craig Trottier, vice president of Development for CenterCal Properties LLC the project developer, said builders have already completed a building pad for a new 16-screen Cinemark theater and should complete a pad for a Harmon's grocery store in short order. Both facilities should be completed by May 2011. Work could be done on an additional 350,000 square feet of space later this year, beyond Harmon's and Cinemark. The village phase of shops would follow, potentially in 2011.
Standard-Examiner, August, 21, 2010