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Park Place - Tallahassee Outlet Center

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Location:I-10 at Capital Circle NW, Tallahassee, FL

Status: Proposed

Owner:  NORTH 10 CAPITAL ASSOCIATES, LTD, Capital Circle Development, LLC; High Ground Investments, LLC, Shallow Lake Partners, LLC

Developer: Meyer Development | HK Capital Group

Design: Avid Group

Contractor: TBD

Website: ONLINE

Description: The Park Place Planned Unit Development is a 302.89-acre multi-use development to be located within the northwest and northeast quadrants of the interchange for Interstate 10 and Capital Circle Northwest. The master-planned project site has over 1 mile of interstate frontage along the Western gateway to Florida's Capital City and proposes the following in new construction. 

Proposed Components:

Residential (58.79 acres)

  • 680 Residential Dwelling Units
    • 110-Single Family (18.48 acres)
    • 111-Townhouse (11.45 acres)
    • 417-Apartment Units (28.86 acres)
    • 42-Additional Condominiums/Apartments to be developed above Commercial retail/office spaces.

Commercial (93.30 acres)

  • 337,000 square feet of Outlet Space
  • 500,000 total square feet of Commercial / Retail
  • Retail
  • Restaurants
  • Service Station
  • Hotel
  • Office
  • Entertainment Space

Infrastructure

  • County Park
  • Public Safety Services and County Park (11.78 acres)
  • Conservation Easement (127.51 acres)
  • Capital Circle Widening ROW (2.59 acres)
  • Jamey Road Connector (0.46 acres)
  • Powerline Easement (3.76 acres)
  • Multi-Use Stormwater Pond (3.5 acres)

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Re: Park Place - Tallahassee Outlet Center -- chudan
2018 Feb 22 01:53:07 PM
My understanding is that lease has some performance clauses that the Centre has to meet (and failing). When the mall was in ownership flux AMC had started looking elsewhere. They got a sweetheart contract to stay if they invested in upgrading the theater, but it does contain some escape clauses if the Centre concept did not work out. Big issue for AMC is that all the approaches to the theater entrance have closed store/restaurant fronts (barring Belk). In particular, they are really down on the entrance passing the two closed restaurants full of junk. They were also assured that concert events would not impact below a certain level of movie going, which has already been surpassed. People tend to not go to the AMC as much on concert nights due to concerns about traffic, noise during movie, drunk post concert goers in parking lot, etc. They apparently got hammered on two major film opening nights that also had concerts at the amphitheater. One of the big problems is that most of the Centre's bigger acts are on weeknights, including Thursdays (due to Centre being way low on tour booking schedules). Thursday's are now the big opening nights for a lot of films, including Star Wars, Marvel, DC and other action film franchises.

Also, the people at the customer service desk and bar are pretty open to talking about these issues with 'regulars' there. That tells me management is being pretty open about their concerns if the employees feel free to talk about it.

Additional Info

  • PRIME! Project Location: 4985 Gearhart Road, Tallahassee, FL
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Comments from the Forums
Re: Park Place - Tallahassee Outlet Center -- chudan
2018 Feb 22 01:53:07 PM
My understanding is that lease has some performance clauses that the Centre has to meet (and failing). When the mall was in ownership flux AMC had started looking elsewhere. They got a sweetheart contract to stay if they invested in upgrading the theater, but it does contain some escape clauses if the Centre concept did not work out. Big issue for AMC is that all the approaches to the theater entrance have closed store/restaurant fronts (barring Belk). In particular, they are really down on the entrance passing the two closed restaurants full of junk. They were also assured that concert events would not impact below a certain level of movie going, which has already been surpassed. People tend to not go to the AMC as much on concert nights due to concerns about traffic, noise during movie, drunk post concert goers in parking lot, etc. They apparently got hammered on two major film opening nights that also had concerts at the amphitheater. One of the big problems is that most of the Centre's bigger acts are on weeknights, including Thursdays (due to Centre being way low on tour booking schedules). Thursday's are now the big opening nights for a lot of films, including Star Wars, Marvel, DC and other action film franchises.

Also, the people at the customer service desk and bar are pretty open to talking about these issues with 'regulars' there. That tells me management is being pretty open about their concerns if the employees feel free to talk about it.

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