âThere is still a bit of a way to go,â said Winstanley. Edward Silvera, director of Surrey Equities and co-owner of The Plaza at Burr Corners, confirmed in April that Dick’s had signed a rental agreement to move from its location to the Shoppes at Buckland Hills shopping center, which is less than a mile away and half.
Dick’s is moving the 55,000 square foot building previously occupied by Pilgrim Furniture City to the Plaza at Burr Corners at the intersection of Tolland Turnpike and Buckland Street. Tenants at the mall located at the intersection of Buckland Road and Tolland Turnpike include At Home, Kobe Asian Bistro, and Dover Saddlery.
Dick’s move from Buckland Hills Mall will leave two of the five anchor stores empty. Sears closed its store in the mall this year. Austin Mirmina is the economics reporter for Journal Inquirer and also covers the city of Windsor.
âIt’s a model for success in the future,â Winstanley said. Winstanley said Burr Corners is thriving and has seen an increase in rental activity to the point that it has had to turn down businesses because the property is 95% leased. Winstanley said the prosperity of Burr Corners signals a wider trend for open-air malls to outperform traditional gated malls, especially in the COVID-19 era.
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