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Chapel Hills Mall selling real estate, refinancing

A year after purchasing the distressed Chapel Hills Mall, owners are refinancing the property and selling off outparcels like the Jimmy John’s and Olive Garden properties. Continue Reading Chapel Hills Mall selling real estate, refinancing

Vans to open official store at Chapel Hills

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The Chapel Hills Mall announced today that an official Vans store will begin construction on a 2,700-square foot space near J.C. Penney next week. Vans, an active footwear company, “is a leading lifestyle brand for today’s youth,” according to a press release from the mall. This will be the first official Vans store in Colorado… Continue Reading Vans to open official store at Chapel Hills

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Chapel Hills owner buys vacant Kmart building

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The Garrison Investment Group, which owns the Chapel Hills Mall, bought the 88,000-square-foot building formerly occupied by Kmart that’s attached to the east end of the shopping center. The space has been vacant and blocked off from the rest of the mall since Kmart closed in 2009. New York-based Garrison Investment Group purchased the empty… Continue Reading Chapel Hills owner buys vacant Kmart building

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Jimmy Johns to open at Chapel Hills

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Jimmy Johns, a gourmet sandwich shop with growing national popularity, is slated to slip into a spot at the Chapel Hills Mall this fall. Construction on the 1,665-square-foot restaurant has started on the mall property near the intersection of Briargate Boulevard and Agora Point, according to a release from the mall’s new ownership, Coyote Management.… Continue Reading Jimmy Johns to open at Chapel Hills

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The city’s traditional shopping malls are facing challenges filling retail space. Anchor tenants are leaving, and vacancies are high. Yet mall managers are trying to put a good face on the matter and insist their vacancy problems are only temporary. The city’s two traditional, shopping malls, The Citadel and Chapel Hills malls, won’t offer statistics… Continue Reading Springs’ shopping malls battling vacancy rates

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Chapel Hills Mall owner emerges from bankruptcy

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The owner of Chapel Hills Mall emerged from bankruptcy yesterday. General Growth Properties will now decide the fate of the Colorado Springs mall and 12 other “underperforming” centers later this week. “It’s business as usual here,” said Chapel Hills Mall general manager Dave Moss. “There has been no impact to our operations right now.” But changes are… Continue Reading Chapel Hills Mall owner emerges from bankruptcy

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Imagine you’re planning some last-minute holiday shopping at the mall for video games, chocolates and a golf club. As soon as you pass through the mall’s doors, your phone alerts you: Six stores in the mall carry video games and golf clubs are on sale. How cool is that? But, wait. Your phone also provides… Continue Reading Chapel Hills Mall to market through shoppers’ phones

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Turbulent times for shopping malls

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The Citadel and Chapel Hills malls have been buffeted by a shopping bag full of changes since the recession and even before. The loss of tenants large and small, trips to bankruptcy court by parent companies, new management and new competitors have all combined to make life for the malls tumultuous. How can they expect… Continue Reading Turbulent times for shopping malls

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Shopping mall owner General Growth Properties Inc., parent of Chapel Hills Mall in Colorado Springs, said it is getting a $500 million infusion from a Texas teachers’ pension fund to help it emerge from bankruptcy. The Chicago developer said The Teacher Retirement System of Texas will receive shares priced at $10.25 each in the reorganized… Continue Reading Chapel Hills Mall parent gets $500M from teachers

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Business at home at the mall

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After arriving back in Colorado Springs during 2008, Jennifer Knight kept herself busy as sort of a freelance marketing consultant. She met contractors around town and at home shows where she offered them traditional marketing services. She designed Web sites and built logo designs. Around that time she remembers hearing a few of her clients… Continue Reading Business at home at the mall

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