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Village at Meridian expects 2019 start for large expansion

Visitors at the Village at Meridian. The shopping center’s developer, CenterCal Properties, plans to start its expansion there in the second or third quarter of 2019. Photo by Sharon Fisher.

A 225,000-square-foot expansion at The Village at Meridian is in the planning and design stages with a potential construction start in the second or third quarter 2019, General Manager Hugh Crawford said.

The expansion was first announced in May 2016, but did not move forward until recently.

The expansion will involve office and retail, possibly a hotel, and “most likely a residential component,” Crawford said.

“I don’t know the final mix,” he said. “We’re talking with a hotel developer.”

The expansion will extend The Village west to Eagle Road and develop five vacant pads there and elsewhere along the perimeter of The Village.

The Village at Meridian opened in October 2013 and has 771,548 total square feet with 562,019 square feet of retail and 152,064 square feet of office.

The Village is owned by CenterCal Properties of El Segundo, California.

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