Eventually, Alexandria’s Landmark Mall will become a 750,000-square-foot, open-air mixed-use development. Bisnow reported that the new mall will feature multi-family components as well as retail, dining, and entertainment. There will also be a 10-screen theater.
Howard Hughes Corp. purchased the Macy’s and associated parking lot on the site, which closed last week. Later this month, the mall, itself, will also close, as reported by Washington Business Journal. Sears will remain open.
In a statement, Mark Bulmash, senior vice president of development for Howard Hughes, said, “Our vision is to revive the site and create a new urban hub on the west end of Alexandria.”
There is no definitive timeline for the redevelopment.
• Howard Hughes buys Landmark Mall Macy’s, announces mall closure [Bisnow]
• Landmark Mall to close, setting the stage for redevelopment [Washington Business Journal]