Items Tagged with 'Woodland Mall'


Street Talk: Future in good hands

Art’s prize.

June 1, 2018
The Muskegon lakeshore business community is recognizing fifteen of the area’s up and coming young professionals. Read More

Street Talk: A re-assessment

Culture club.

May 25, 2018
Legislation making its way through the Michigan Legislature claims to improve the property tax assessment process for homeowners and other landowners across Michigan through municipal cooperation and a defined set of standards. Read More

Footwear retailer entering West Michigan market

February 12, 2018
An iconic footwear brand is opening its first store in West Michigan. Read More

Mall work backs sustainability

Woodland to recycle 90 percent of Sears buildings, welcome upscale tenants.

November 3, 2017
Woodland Mall is entering a new phase of redevelopment. The demolition of the old Sears buildings and the anchoring of a new upscale retailer are expected to lay the foundation for future tenants. In addition to enhancing the mall, owner PREIT plans to divert about 90 percent of crushed concrete toward recycling. Read More

Mall retailers hiring for 300 jobs

October 18, 2017
A local mall will be hosting a job fair to fill 300 positions in preparation for the holiday season. Read More

Women's fashion retailer opens at mall

October 3, 2017
There’s a new women’s clothing store at a local mall. Read More

Retail is doing what it does: entering a new cycle

July 21, 2017
A spate of retail closures all over West Michigan has left gaping holes of empty space where active storefronts once thrived. Read More

Retailers expanding at mall

July 11, 2017
Two stores are expanding their footprints at a local mall. Read More

Mall plans $100M project

March 8, 2017
A local mall is planning a $100-million project. Read More

Street Talk: Retail guessing game

Ford’s blanket.

February 10, 2017
Now that Woodland Mall has its first official replacement for when Sears closes in March, speculation by consumers and real estate agents alike can continue for the seemingly endless amount of space the vacancy will leave. Read More