Monday, December 20, 2010

Tenants line up for Farmington retail development

It's becoming much easier to see the vision developers had in mind when they made plans for a $250 million shopping district in this city. The walls for a new Harmons grocery store are in place and a roof is now being put in place on the structure, which is at the southeastern end of the 67-acre site between Clark Lane and Park Lane. Immediately to the north and south of Harmons, work on additional buildings is moving ahead, and to the south of the project site, work is ongoing for a new 16-screen Cinemark theater.

Harmons is scheduled to open in early May, and the theater is expected to open in June. The balance of the Station Park project, including the village aspect and lifestyle center, is scheduled to be initiated by May 1, according to developers

The lineup will include Sports Authority in a 42,000-square-foot facility, Ulta Cosmetics in a 10,000-square-foot store and HomeGoods in a 25,000-square-foot structure. In all, developers estimate Station Park will have 150 tenants when it is complete in May 2012. Ogden Standard-Examiner