October 16 2019

More Changes Coming at Burlington Mall


More changes are coming to the Burlington Mall. 


Simon, owner of the mall, announced this week that they will begin an extensive interior and exterior renovations of the property that will include a redesign of exterior entrances and landscaping, a new dining pavilion and a modern play area among other features. 


The mall will remain open during the construction, which is set to begin in January 2020 and will be completed in the summer of 2021.


The newly-announced enhancements are a continuation of the redevelopment currently underway at the property that includes The Village at Burlington Mall in the former Sears Auto Center and a continuation of the mall corridor in the first floor of the former Sears store. 


“We are thrilled about the expansive transformation at Burlington Mall that will contribute to the major development project that is well underway,” said General Manager Justin Feldhouse. “These enhancements combined with existing and future retail and dining offerings allow us to provide an even greater experience to our loyal shoppers.”


According to Simon, the transformation will include a complete redesign of mall entrances, “fresh and lively” landscaping throughout that will also complement the redevelopment project, while introducing patio dining at the mall itself for select restaurants. 


The extensive interior components of the renovation consist of transforming the common areas of the center with new contemporary and modern furnishings, improved LED lighting and fixtures, porcelain floor tile throughout and enhancing the overall ambiance.


The new dining pavilion will be entirely redesigned with bistro banquet seating and community table seating equipped with built-in charging stations. The Pavilion will accommodate over a dozen eateries. 


Located in the dining pavilion, a media lounge is being created for those looking to relax in between shopping and dining and will also function as a co-working space. 


A new ride-sharing lounge will provide a comfortable and climate-controlled location for visitors to enjoy as they wait for car pick-up service.


The current play area will be relocated and a brand-new state-of-the-art play area will be unveiled. 


“Designed with vibrant colors, geometrical shapes to stimulate children’s minds and interactive features, the new play area will entertain and delight children,” the release states. 


Further amenities to enhance the shopper’s experience will include improvements to public restrooms and the addition of family restrooms and a nursing lounge which will be located in the new children’s play area.


Photo: Rendering of mall renovations (Credit: DAIQ Architects/Spine3D)



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