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A fight for survival: Charleston's Citadel Mall
« on: April 09, 2024, 09:42:00 AM »

Regional enclosed shopping centers across the country are in decline. Charleston's Citadel Mall is one that ownership has continuously attempted to revamp to respond to changing retail demographics and trends.

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Re: A fight for survival: Charleston's Citadel Mall
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2024, 12:54:34 PM »
I worked on the Dover Kohl Partners-led project team that looked at repurposing the Citadel Mall as a mixed use development as part of the Plan West Ashley effort:

The Citadel Mall concepts started with repurposing the existing expanse of parking into mixed-use development. A similar project example would be the Winter Park Village in Winter Park, FL, a redevelopment of the old Winter Park Mall. The Winter Park Village master plan done by Dover Kohl and Glatting Jackson was more aspirational with more residential development than was implemented.