Wis. developer building strip mall south of Carroll Walmart
Documents indicate there will be room for three retail stores
A Wisconsin-based developer is building a $660,000 strip mall south of the Carroll Walmart Supercenter with planned space for three businesses, according to city building documents.
Carroll Development Group, of Green Bay, Wis., filed the documents with the city for an 8,000-square-foot building project. The general contractor for the project is PJH Companies, of Colorado Springs, Colo.
To this point, the contractor has laid concrete foundation and set exterior and interior beams. The storm sewer is connected. The project includes 40 parking spots.
The documents indicate no estimated completion date, but Carroll building officials say they expect work to continue through the winter.
"I don't look for them to sit idle very long," said Perry Johnson, City of Carroll building inspector.
According to the permit filings, the building will be divided into three sections of 5,000 square feet, 1,170 square feet and 1,900 square feet.
The developer indicates that retail stores will occupy those spaces, but the identities of potential tenants are not revealed in any documents. The developer could not be reached to comment for this article.
The names of two local stores have been mentioned by Carroll business leaders as likely tenants for the strip mall. One national chain without an existing presence reportedly was interested in the project but dropped plans for the Carroll location.
Johnson said he expects to see more development around the Supercenter in 2013. No documents have been filed to that effect, he said.
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