Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

West Omaha, Sarpy and Nebraska metro counties.

Moderators: Coyote, Omaha Cowboy, Brad, nebugeater

omaha79
Library Board
Posts: 288
Joined: Fri Nov 13, 2015 3:46 pm

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby omaha79 » Tue Aug 08, 2017 6:51 am

debradomayer wrote:I was out there last month and counted 9 empty storefronts on the "main" street, not including the Gordmans building. That's quite a few!


It's too bad, but Shadow Lake truly has never quite lived up to expectations. The mall portion of Shadow Lake (not the perimeter grocery store and restaurants) now feels like it's in a death spiral. It opened right before the economy tanked in the mid 2000's and has endured the struggles of retail in the internet age. Even from the start, high profile bays were filled with things like Dollar Stores (which you know wasn't their intent). It's also suffered from the opening of the Gretna outlet malls which took several stores and attention from the mall. There are still bays that have never really been filled. There are parcels of land that have never been developed.

On another note, I've often heard complaints that the stores they did put in were too small. Almost "mini-me" versions of their counterparts at places like Westroads and Oak View. My wife has often complained about going there only to be told, "we don't have that here, but it's in stock at oak view." She heard that enough to the point where she simply doesn't shop at Shadow Lake anymore.

It's too bad, but Shadow Lake was and is a truly underwhelming project. I'm not even sure Shadow Lake can be saved at this point in terms of being a large scale shopping destination. May as well get rid of at least half of that center strip. They may never fill it, not with the development going in on 84th Street.

GrandpaaSmucker
Home Owners Association
Posts: 97
Joined: Wed Jun 28, 2017 3:09 pm

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby GrandpaaSmucker » Tue Aug 08, 2017 8:12 am

The folks that created and developed the Shadow Lake shopping area clearly cooked up a winner. Sure they have got some empty bays and lots, but times are tough. I have been in just about every Hy-Vee in town and the one at Shadow Lake looks like the biggest of them all and it is always packed. The Texas Roadhouse at Shadow Lake is always busy as are many of the restaurants. Lots of cash is being dropped in a lot of those stores at Shadow Lake. The Dollar Tree at Shadow Lake is doing quite the business and they pay the same rent as everyone else. Shadow Lake is a success story. You want to see what a flop really looks like go look at Sorensen Park or this new Millard Lumber Yard strip mall. Those 2 malls are good examples of what dead malls look like.

lonnie
Library Board
Posts: 287
Joined: Sat Sep 18, 2004 9:30 pm
Location: Douglas County NE

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby lonnie » Wed Aug 09, 2017 12:29 pm

As long as "Chocolaterie Stam" remains in the central mall area, there is hope.

omaha79
Library Board
Posts: 288
Joined: Fri Nov 13, 2015 3:46 pm

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby omaha79 » Wed Aug 09, 2017 12:57 pm

GrandpaaSmucker wrote:The folks that created and developed the Shadow Lake shopping area clearly cooked up a winner. Sure they have got some empty bays and lots, but times are tough. I have been in just about every Hy-Vee in town and the one at Shadow Lake looks like the biggest of them all and it is always packed. The Texas Roadhouse at Shadow Lake is always busy as are many of the restaurants. Lots of cash is being dropped in a lot of those stores at Shadow Lake. The Dollar Tree at Shadow Lake is doing quite the business and they pay the same rent as everyone else. Shadow Lake is a success story. You want to see what a flop really looks like go look at Sorensen Park or this new Millard Lumber Yard strip mall. Those 2 malls are good examples of what dead malls look like.


I would tend to disagree. If you are basing it on having the development full and healthy as a whole, it's not been nearly as successful as other developments in the city. If we are trying to determine who the "winners" are, I'd say Westroads, Village Point, Gretna Outlets, and AkSarBen Village have positioned themselves for more as "winners" than Shadow lake.

I've lived in the area for the entire time Shadow Lake has been open. Even at it's absolute peak, the center area was only about 75% full, but it's probably closer to 50% now. There are bays on the perimeter that have never been filled. Some have turned over 2-3 times. There are lots that were planned to be restaurants on the perimeter that remain empty green space.

At best, the results of this development can be construed as "acceptable", but certainly not a home run and I think it could be even tougher in the future as La Vista's 84th Street project gets going.

GrandpaaSmucker
Home Owners Association
Posts: 97
Joined: Wed Jun 28, 2017 3:09 pm

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby GrandpaaSmucker » Wed Aug 09, 2017 2:41 pm

omaha79 wrote:
I would tend to disagree. If you are basing it on having the development full and healthy as a whole, it's not been nearly as successful as other developments in the city. If we are trying to determine who the "winners" are, I'd say Westroads, Village Point, Gretna Outlets, and AkSarBen Village have positioned themselves for more as "winners" than Shadow lake.

I've lived in the area for the entire time Shadow Lake has been open. Even at it's absolute peak, the center area was only about 75% full, but it's probably closer to 50% now. There are bays on the perimeter that have never been filled. Some have turned over 2-3 times. There are lots that were planned to be restaurants on the perimeter that remain empty green space.

At best, the results of this development can be construed as "acceptable", but certainly not a home run and I think it could be even tougher in the future as La Vista's 84th Street project gets going.


Seriously now.....Shadow Lake has got to be pulling in at least 10 times more people and money as the Gretna Outlets!

User avatar
nebugeater
County Board
Posts: 6082
Joined: Wed Aug 04, 2004 6:07 pm
Location: Gretna NE

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby nebugeater » Wed Aug 09, 2017 4:35 pm

GrandpaaSmucker wrote:
omaha79 wrote:
I would tend to disagree. If you are basing it on having the development full and healthy as a whole, it's not been nearly as successful as other developments in the city. If we are trying to determine who the "winners" are, I'd say Westroads, Village Point, Gretna Outlets, and AkSarBen Village have positioned themselves for more as "winners" than Shadow lake.

I've lived in the area for the entire time Shadow Lake has been open. Even at it's absolute peak, the center area was only about 75% full, but it's probably closer to 50% now. There are bays on the perimeter that have never been filled. Some have turned over 2-3 times. There are lots that were planned to be restaurants on the perimeter that remain empty green space.

At best, the results of this development can be construed as "acceptable", but certainly not a home run and I think it could be even tougher in the future as La Vista's 84th Street project gets going.


Seriously now.....Shadow Lake has got to be pulling in at least 10 times more people and money as the Gretna Outlets!


I think you would be surprised how many people the The outlets draw. Last Saturday afternoon I was there and the parking was overflowing onto the grass and along the street where there is no parking and that is fairly common on a weekend. The week days / evenings are busy all the time.
For the record  NEBUGEATER does not equal BUGEATER    !!!!!!!

NovakOmaha
Parks & Recreation
Posts: 1553
Joined: Wed Sep 08, 2004 3:00 pm
Location: Metro Detroit Michigan

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby NovakOmaha » Wed Aug 09, 2017 4:49 pm

omaha79 wrote:If we are trying to determine who the "winners" are, I'd say Westroads, Village Point, Gretna Outlets, and AkSarBen Village have positioned themselves for more as "winners" than Shadow lake.


I'm curious how Regency and One Pacific Place are doing? While neither is as big as the ones you mention they compete to varying extents. Are they full? Mostly full?

User avatar
Coyote
City Council
Posts: 20616
Joined: Tue Nov 18, 2003 11:18 am
Location: Three floors down
Contact:

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby Coyote » Wed Aug 09, 2017 8:22 pm

NovakOmaha wrote:
omaha79 wrote:If we are trying to determine who the "winners" are, I'd say Westroads, Village Point, Gretna Outlets, and AkSarBen Village have positioned themselves for more as "winners" than Shadow lake.


I'm curious how Regency and One Pacific Place are doing? While neither is as big as the ones you mention they compete to varying extents. Are they full? Mostly full?

Ron Samuelson is putting another SamFam themed restaurant in Regency Court near Garbos, a French Champaign themed Eau de Vie, while Pig and Finch just left OPP.
Image

omaha79
Library Board
Posts: 288
Joined: Fri Nov 13, 2015 3:46 pm

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby omaha79 » Wed Aug 09, 2017 10:32 pm

GrandpaaSmucker wrote:
omaha79 wrote:
I would tend to disagree. If you are basing it on having the development full and healthy as a whole, it's not been nearly as successful as other developments in the city. If we are trying to determine who the "winners" are, I'd say Westroads, Village Point, Gretna Outlets, and AkSarBen Village have positioned themselves for more as "winners" than Shadow lake.

I've lived in the area for the entire time Shadow Lake has been open. Even at it's absolute peak, the center area was only about 75% full, but it's probably closer to 50% now. There are bays on the perimeter that have never been filled. Some have turned over 2-3 times. There are lots that were planned to be restaurants on the perimeter that remain empty green space.

At best, the results of this development can be construed as "acceptable", but certainly not a home run and I think it could be even tougher in the future as La Vista's 84th Street project gets going.


Seriously now.....Shadow Lake has got to be pulling in at least 10 times more people and money as the Gretna Outlets!


I would need to see solid numbers to know for sure that Shadow Lake pulls in "10 times more people and money as the Gretna Outlets".

But, even if that were true, a development could still bring in more money than a competitor and still underperform its own expectations. Conversely, a smaller development can outperform it's own projections and be more of a success than a larger scale competitor.

I will absolutely promise you that the developers of Shadow Lake didn't envision the center strip being half full roughly a dozen years into the developments life cycle. I'm also sure they didn't envision things like the Dollar Tree and a Cox Solutions Store taking up prominent large bays. I'm certain they didn't predict some of the anchor stores turning over multiple times in 10 years. They likely didn't anticipate Gordmans, Borders, Aeropostale, World Market, New York and Company, and American Eagle to fold as quickly as they did. Some bays have never been leased even once. And, I don't think they envisioned Spirit Halloween taking up a different marquee bay every year.

What will be the next to fold? My money is on JC Penney's. That company is circling the drain. God help that development if that happens. It's lights out for the retail portion of this development if that happens.

I want Shadow Lake to be vibrant and successful. I live 5 minutes away. Unfortunately, it's been thoroughly underwhelming. It's really only propped up by the grocery store and the handful of restaurants on the outer perimeter.

EricHaley
Home Owners Association
Posts: 70
Joined: Thu Feb 04, 2016 8:16 pm
Location: Lincoln
Contact:

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby EricHaley » Wed Aug 09, 2017 10:37 pm

omaha79 wrote:
GrandpaaSmucker wrote:
omaha79 wrote:
I would tend to disagree. If you are basing it on having the development full and healthy as a whole, it's not been nearly as successful as other developments in the city. If we are trying to determine who the "winners" are, I'd say Westroads, Village Point, Gretna Outlets, and AkSarBen Village have positioned themselves for more as "winners" than Shadow lake.

I've lived in the area for the entire time Shadow Lake has been open. Even at it's absolute peak, the center area was only about 75% full, but it's probably closer to 50% now. There are bays on the perimeter that have never been filled. Some have turned over 2-3 times. There are lots that were planned to be restaurants on the perimeter that remain empty green space.

At best, the results of this development can be construed as "acceptable", but certainly not a home run and I think it could be even tougher in the future as La Vista's 84th Street project gets going.


Seriously now.....Shadow Lake has got to be pulling in at least 10 times more people and money as the Gretna Outlets!


I would need to see solid numbers to know for sure that Shadow Lake pulls in "10 times more people and money as the Gretna Outlets".

But, even if that were true, a development could still bring in more money than a competitor and still underperform its own expectations. Conversely, a smaller development can outperform it's own projections and be more of a success than a larger scale competitor.

I will absolutely promise you that the developers of Shadow Lake didn't envision the center strip being half full roughly a dozen years into the developments life cycle. I'm also sure they didn't envision things like the Dollar Tree and a Cox Solutions Store taking up prominent large bays. I'm certain they didn't predict some of the anchor stores turning over multiple times in 10 years. They likely didn't anticipate Gordmans, Borders, Aeropostale, World Market, New York and Company, and American Eagle to fold as quickly as they did. Some bays have never been leased even once. And, I don't think they envisioned Spirit Halloween taking up a different marquee bay every year.

What will be the next to fold? My money is on JC Penney's. That company is circling the drain. God help that development if that happens. It's lights out for the retail portion of this development if that happens.

I want Shadow Lake to be vibrant and successful. I live 5 minutes away. Unfortunately, it's been thoroughly underwhelming. It's really only propped up by the grocery store and the handful of restaurants on the outer perimeter.


Excellent pick, but my money is on Sears falling just before JCP does. Anyone have any other additions to the brick and mortar dead pool?

User avatar
nebugeater
County Board
Posts: 6082
Joined: Wed Aug 04, 2004 6:07 pm
Location: Gretna NE

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby nebugeater » Thu Aug 10, 2017 5:59 am

EricHaley wrote:
omaha79 wrote:
GrandpaaSmucker wrote:
omaha79 wrote:
I would tend to disagree. If you are basing it on having the development full and healthy as a whole, it's not been nearly as successful as other developments in the city. If we are trying to determine who the "winners" are, I'd say Westroads, Village Point, Gretna Outlets, and AkSarBen Village have positioned themselves for more as "winners" than Shadow lake.

I've lived in the area for the entire time Shadow Lake has been open. Even at it's absolute peak, the center area was only about 75% full, but it's probably closer to 50% now. There are bays on the perimeter that have never been filled. Some have turned over 2-3 times. There are lots that were planned to be restaurants on the perimeter that remain empty green space.

At best, the results of this development can be construed as "acceptable", but certainly not a home run and I think it could be even tougher in the future as La Vista's 84th Street project gets going.


Seriously now.....Shadow Lake has got to be pulling in at least 10 times more people and money as the Gretna Outlets!


I would need to see solid numbers to know for sure that Shadow Lake pulls in "10 times more people and money as the Gretna Outlets".

But, even if that were true, a development could still bring in more money than a competitor and still underperform its own expectations. Conversely, a smaller development can outperform it's own projections and be more of a success than a larger scale competitor.

I will absolutely promise you that the developers of Shadow Lake didn't envision the center strip being half full roughly a dozen years into the developments life cycle. I'm also sure they didn't envision things like the Dollar Tree and a Cox Solutions Store taking up prominent large bays. I'm certain they didn't predict some of the anchor stores turning over multiple times in 10 years. They likely didn't anticipate Gordmans, Borders, Aeropostale, World Market, New York and Company, and American Eagle to fold as quickly as they did. Some bays have never been leased even once. And, I don't think they envisioned Spirit Halloween taking up a different marquee bay every year.

What will be the next to fold? My money is on JC Penney's. That company is circling the drain. God help that development if that happens. It's lights out for the retail portion of this development if that happens.

I want Shadow Lake to be vibrant and successful. I live 5 minutes away. Unfortunately, it's been thoroughly underwhelming. It's really only propped up by the grocery store and the handful of restaurants on the outer perimeter.


Excellent pick, but my money is on Sears falling just before JCP does. Anyone have any other additions to the brick and mortar dead pool?


Only issue with that pick is the post was projecting the next to close at SL There is no Sears there.
For the record  NEBUGEATER does not equal BUGEATER    !!!!!!!

Greg S
County Board
Posts: 3610
Joined: Thu Aug 26, 2004 10:46 am

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby Greg S » Fri Aug 11, 2017 11:16 am

nebugeater wrote:
GrandpaaSmucker wrote:
omaha79 wrote:
I would tend to disagree. If you are basing it on having the development full and healthy as a whole, it's not been nearly as successful as other developments in the city. If we are trying to determine who the "winners" are, I'd say Westroads, Village Point, Gretna Outlets, and AkSarBen Village have positioned themselves for more as "winners" than Shadow lake.

I've lived in the area for the entire time Shadow Lake has been open. Even at it's absolute peak, the center area was only about 75% full, but it's probably closer to 50% now. There are bays on the perimeter that have never been filled. Some have turned over 2-3 times. There are lots that were planned to be restaurants on the perimeter that remain empty green space.

At best, the results of this development can be construed as "acceptable", but certainly not a home run and I think it could be even tougher in the future as La Vista's 84th Street project gets going.


Seriously now.....Shadow Lake has got to be pulling in at least 10 times more people and money as the Gretna Outlets!


I think you would be surprised how many people the The outlets draw. Last Saturday afternoon I was there and the parking was overflowing onto the grass and along the street where there is no parking and that is fairly common on a weekend. The week days / evenings are busy all the time.



We stopped by the outlets last Saturday after going to the Air and Space Museum (or might now be SAC Museum again). The lot was essentially full. Seems to be doing very very well. I work near Shadow Lake. Seems to be doing fine, but never very busy.

Greg

User avatar
nebugeater
County Board
Posts: 6082
Joined: Wed Aug 04, 2004 6:07 pm
Location: Gretna NE

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby nebugeater » Fri Aug 11, 2017 11:50 am

Greg S wrote:
nebugeater wrote:
GrandpaaSmucker wrote:
omaha79 wrote:
I would tend to disagree. If you are basing it on having the development full and healthy as a whole, it's not been nearly as successful as other developments in the city. If we are trying to determine who the "winners" are, I'd say Westroads, Village Point, Gretna Outlets, and AkSarBen Village have positioned themselves for more as "winners" than Shadow lake.

I've lived in the area for the entire time Shadow Lake has been open. Even at it's absolute peak, the center area was only about 75% full, but it's probably closer to 50% now. There are bays on the perimeter that have never been filled. Some have turned over 2-3 times. There are lots that were planned to be restaurants on the perimeter that remain empty green space.

At best, the results of this development can be construed as "acceptable", but certainly not a home run and I think it could be even tougher in the future as La Vista's 84th Street project gets going.


Seriously now.....Shadow Lake has got to be pulling in at least 10 times more people and money as the Gretna Outlets!


I think you would be surprised how many people the The outlets draw. Last Saturday afternoon I was there and the parking was overflowing onto the grass and along the street where there is no parking and that is fairly common on a weekend. The week days / evenings are busy all the time.



We stopped by the outlets last Saturday after going to the Air and Space Museum (or might now be SAC Museum again). The lot was essentially full. Seems to be doing very very well. I work near Shadow Lake. Seems to be doing fine, but never very busy.

Greg



What ever day it was this week, I think Wed, that H&M had their grand opening they had 700 people in line when the store opened. When I went by about 5:00 the lots were near full. Granted there was this opening but if it was so far of of peoples radar there wouldn't be the draw for the opening.
For the record  NEBUGEATER does not equal BUGEATER    !!!!!!!

EricHaley
Home Owners Association
Posts: 70
Joined: Thu Feb 04, 2016 8:16 pm
Location: Lincoln
Contact:

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby EricHaley » Mon Aug 14, 2017 8:57 am

nebugeater wrote:Only issue with that pick is the post was projecting the next to close at SL There is no Sears there.


So I win then? :lol: :lol: :lol:

WBR_Tom
New to the Neighborhood
Posts: 36
Joined: Tue Mar 15, 2016 12:02 pm
Location: Papillion, Omaha, and Everything in Between

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby WBR_Tom » Mon Oct 02, 2017 3:00 pm

OfficeMax is closing at Shadow Lake, which brings the unofficial tally of empty storefronts into the double digits out there. With the groundbreaking for the new 84th Street development in La Vista a couple weeks back signaling that project is actually going to happen, it's looking like Shadow Lake is "on the clock" to turn things around...

GrandpaaSmucker
Home Owners Association
Posts: 97
Joined: Wed Jun 28, 2017 3:09 pm

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby GrandpaaSmucker » Mon Oct 02, 2017 5:39 pm

WBR_Tom wrote:OfficeMax is closing at Shadow Lake, which brings the unofficial tally of empty storefronts into the double digits out there. With the groundbreaking for the new 84th Street development in La Vista a couple weeks back signaling that project is actually going to happen, it's looking like Shadow Lake is "on the clock" to turn things around...


Its not Shadow Lakes fault. The Office Supply chains are all doomed. The Office Supply Stores had there run and it now looks like they will all be going extinct. First.... you can't find a good deal in those places to save your life. That is they're biggest problem and always has been. Second.... as computers and tablets advance and proliferate there becomes a lot less need for staples and paper clips and ink pens.

buildomaha
Home Owners Association
Posts: 187
Joined: Tue May 31, 2016 7:06 pm

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby buildomaha » Mon Oct 02, 2017 6:02 pm

I really don't think Shadow Lake is going to continue to be very successful. Giant, exclusively retail developments like this aren't going to work for the 21st century. The projects that are successful are mixed use developments.

omaha79
Library Board
Posts: 288
Joined: Fri Nov 13, 2015 3:46 pm

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby omaha79 » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:11 am

GrandpaaSmucker wrote:
WBR_Tom wrote:OfficeMax is closing at Shadow Lake, which brings the unofficial tally of empty storefronts into the double digits out there. With the groundbreaking for the new 84th Street development in La Vista a couple weeks back signaling that project is actually going to happen, it's looking like Shadow Lake is "on the clock" to turn things around...


Its not Shadow Lakes fault. The Office Supply chains are all doomed. The Office Supply Stores had there run and it now looks like they will all be going extinct. First.... you can't find a good deal in those places to save your life. That is they're biggest problem and always has been. Second.... as computers and tablets advance and proliferate there becomes a lot less need for staples and paper clips and ink pens.


That is true abut the office supply stores, but if Shadow Lake was such a "winner" like you mentioned in a previous post, they'd have no issue filling the space; however, it looks like they have a huge problem on their hands. Honestly, I see this development in the opening stages of a death spiral. We've seen this play out at multiple retail developments in our lifetimes including The Center, Southroads, Crossroads, and most recently, Oak View.

The future looks bleak. As another poster stated, you now have double digit empty bays. You have bays that have never really been filled in the 10 years the place has existed. Retail is not doing well. So, the chances of filling these spots are slim. The rent is notoriously high down there and some of these bays like Office Max and Gordmans have high square footage. The center aisle of Shadow Lake is nearly half empty and has a bad layout.

The development continues to fight against other, often newer developments in Sarpy County like the Gretna Outlet Malls, the new 84th St. area in La Vista, 72nd and Giles (Wal-Mart), 126 and Giles, and Midlands Place.

Honestly, the only lynch pin keeping Shadow Lake even somewhat relevant is Hy-Vee and the few perimeter restaurants. The retail component of this development is dying a slow death. It wouldn't shock me if Best Buy leaves next. There is never anyone in there. They don't even typically have the main checkout counters open. They are constantly reconfiguring the store to try to get people to come in. The overall chain is still struggling too. If BB goes next, how does the saying go, "turn out the lights, the party's over." JC Penneys is also on the watch list.

I don't know what they will ultimately do with this development once it eventually does fail and turns into an eyesore, but Papillion can't afford to let it become a total blight on the community. They need to be thinking 10 years down the road right now.

User avatar
Garrett
Parks & Recreation
Posts: 1774
Joined: Wed Nov 26, 2008 6:29 pm
Location: Chicago

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby Garrett » Sun Oct 15, 2017 12:39 pm

Like most of these threads, it's interesting to read the first couple pages of this one from 12 years ago. Credit to Nativeomahan for seeing this eventually coming.
From Omaha to Chicago
From Axel to Garrett

Still the same guy

Greg S
County Board
Posts: 3610
Joined: Thu Aug 26, 2004 10:46 am

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby Greg S » Mon Oct 16, 2017 11:32 am

GrandpaaSmucker wrote:The folks that created and developed the Shadow Lake shopping area clearly cooked up a winner. Sure they have got some empty bays and lots, but times are tough. I have been in just about every Hy-Vee in town and the one at Shadow Lake looks like the biggest of them all and it is always packed. The Texas Roadhouse at Shadow Lake is always busy as are many of the restaurants. Lots of cash is being dropped in a lot of those stores at Shadow Lake. The Dollar Tree at Shadow Lake is doing quite the business and they pay the same rent as everyone else. Shadow Lake is a success story. You want to see what a flop really looks like go look at Sorensen Park or this new Millard Lumber Yard strip mall. Those 2 malls are good examples of what dead malls look like.



Is there a Texas Roadhouse that isn't busy?

I think the next place to close at Shadow Lake will be JCPenney's.

Greg

cdub
Parks & Recreation
Posts: 1213
Joined: Tue May 23, 2006 1:38 pm
Location: Tempe. AZ

Re: Shadow Lake Towne Center (72nd and 370)

Postby cdub » Mon Oct 16, 2017 11:38 am

They ought to do what some much older centers are finally thinking about trying, get some residential incorporated IN the development. The advantage they have is that the commercial thats there is still new and nice looking so the residential products could be better than if it were a dying 70s strip. Lots of parking and other spaces available that could easily be sacrificed for actual development and driving more people near the remaining retail.


Return to “Suburban Omaha Development”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests