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Major Renovation Coming To Meadowbrook Mall
Written by Tom Kippen
Last updated on February 15, 2013 @ 12:27PM
Created on February 14, 2013 @ 7:22PM
For those of you that shop at the Meadowbrook Mall get ready for some very noticeable changes in the coming months.
Thursday morning in a ceiling tile breaking ceremony, Mall officials outlined new plans for a multi-million dollar renovation that will begin this month. New changes coming to the mall include a new ceiling and skylights, new carpeting, porcelain tile flooring and soft seating areas.
The restrooms will be revamped and there will be an addition of a new restroom. Outside, the upgrades include contemporary design for mall entrances, new landscaping and signs. Mall Officials say this will bring a modern look to the mall for customers and possibly attract new business.
Meadowbrook Mall Spokesman Joe Bell says " They needed to meet the needs of moderate shoppers and moderate merchants who are looking for a different look and a different feel. We bring in the amenities our shoppers want and we bring the look merchants are looking for"
The mall will remain open during this entire renovation process, most of the work will be done during the overnight hours everything should be done this fall.

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