Northwest Mall, the 800,000 square-foot shopping center situated right behind the U.S. 290 and 610 Loop construction project, is up for sale, according to the Chron.
The listing company says the site is ideally suited for a hotel, multifamily housing, office, and retail development. The listing company, HFF, also told the Chron that most of the tenants could easily be moved as soon as the property sells for an expected $86 million.
That shouldn't be too hard, we think. We poked around the shopping-center ghost town yesterday and found it looking more like the outskirts of Chernobyl than a mall. Take a look.
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