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Regency Square owners submit plans for revitalization project

Henrico planning officials will consider plans to add a new row of shops along Quioccasin, 12,000 square feet of additional retail connected to the existing building, and more January 25th.

Trevor Dickerson



Could a plan by the new owners of Regency Square mall help bring the struggling retail center back from the brink? Owners Thalhimer and Rebkee are hoping so and have submitted renderings of a revitalized center that they hope to begin work on soon.

From the RTD:

Regency Square owners are proposing rows of shops along Quioccasin Road and at the corner of North Parham and Holly Hill roads as part of redevelopment plans for the struggling mall.

In addition, a parking deck adjacent to the former Macy’s North department store building would be demolished and replaced with two floors of shops with a total of about 12,000 square feet.

The plans also show a redesigned road entrance off Quioccasin that would eliminate the current flyover entrance.

The plans will go before the Henrico County Planning Commission on January 25th.

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Trevor Dickerson is the Editor and Co-Founder of RVAHub.