Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Town and Country Mall is in the midst of a small-scale revival.
Over August, four new businesses sprouted near the Burnsville-Eagan border. Town and Country Mall is now home to a new Tires Plus, a consignment store and recent transplant from Savage called It's New to U, Phoenix Massage and Salon Julette, which is distinguishing itself by offering something called the Hairtini.
Friday, April 27, 2012
A Burnsville "landmark" was razed this week to make way for a CVS Pharmacy in the Heart of the City. Read about this and other business news.
After years or reversals and delays, the TCF Bank site will be redeveloped at last. This week bulldozers tore into the white-columned building, referred to by City Planner Chris Slania as a "landmark." The building that graced the corner of Nicollet and Burnsville Parkway since 1974 is almost gone. A CVS Pharmacy will go up on the lot in the months to come. It's been a long road for the redevelopment project — known as the Nicollet Addition. The plan has been in the works since 2007, when the Economic Development Authority signed a contract with Burnsville Crossing LLC to redevelop the site as a pharmacy, medical office building paired and two-tier parking lot. In the intervening five years, the project has changed many times: The parking …
Monday, August 8, 2011
This story and others in a weekly roundup of city news.
New Tires Plus store planned for Cliff Rd. shopping center To accommodate a new Tire Plus store planned for the corner of Cliff Road and Highway 13, the Burnsville City Council Tuesday made adjustments to green space zoning requirements. The project is shovel-ready, does not need financing and will result in approximately $1.5 million in construction activity and 15 new permanent jobs, according to information prepared for the Council. Council members noted the recent renovations and business additions to the Town and Country Shopping Center built in 1971. Mayor Elizabeth Kautz called it one of the best examples in the community of transforming an aging strip mall. Coughlin to take his seat at the council table Bill Coughlin is scheduled…