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Pike Creek Shopping Center to get redesign


Regency Centers is proposing a redevelopment of part of its Pike Creek Shopping Center that would tear down about half of the existing former Kmart space. | DBT PHOTO BY JACOB OWENS PIKE CREEK – About six months after the Kmart in the Pike Creek Shopping Center closed its doors, the

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  1. avatar
    Jayme Smith June 30, 2020

    please go after Trader Joe’s for the end business – would do great in this area!

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      Robin Glanden December 19, 2020

      I have been begging for a Trader Joe’s for years. I don’t think they can open anywhere that has an existing grocery retailer, which is why we couldn’t have one at College Square here in Newark due to the Acme on the same property. I hear the TJ’s is going into that empty spot that I think was Saks Off Fifth Ave. in the complex across from Christiana Mall. Would have been nice to have one in Pike Creek, but at the mall is closer than up on 202.

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    Susan Pizzini December 18, 2020

    I’d like Drive thru and curbside options and the Sears store had that in the alley.


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