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With a new five-year commitment from its largest tenant, the 41-year-old Southroads Mall is poised to reinvent itself with a new name: Southroads Technology Plaza.
Officials from the Lund Co. announced the new TD Ameritrade lease Thursday. It commits the online stock-trading service to Southroads through 2013.
Southroads co-owner Ted Baer also announced the new name Thursday, though he said an official starting date for using the name has not been set.
"As soon as we can," he said.
With a recent five-year lease also committing PayPal to Southroads through 2013, the 450,000-square-foot mall is now 66 percent leased.
TD Ameritrade had explored other locations in the Omaha-area market before deciding to stay at Southroads, said John Lund, president and chief executive of the Lund Co., which is consulting with mall ownership to help Southroads transition from a retail center to a technology center.
Always a business-oriented city hungry for growth and focused on development with laser intensity, Omaha aimed high, reached for momentum and found critical mass.