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Old 03-08-2017, 01:15 PM
 
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The list looks promising! I would love to have a Mariano's close by as well as a Burlington Coat Factory!
There's a spot for a grocer and hopefully it will be Mariano's. There isn't space for a place as big as Burlington and they probably would not want to pay the type of rent required to lease space in that development. The rates aren't cheap and most of the tenants will probably be closer to the upper end of things.
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Old 03-08-2017, 02:53 PM
 
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Aside from Spring Hill Suites, here is a press release from Metro Commercial Real Estate about the first new tenant of Centennial Village!

Metro arranges Lease to Kitaro in Munster, IN

I see only good things happening from here! There should be an article soon in the Times!

Looking at their retail/restaurant tenant representation list, NWI already has about 20 of the 37 represented with at least 10-15 of those 20 being in the immediate area. However, they clearly are not limited to just representing those tenants and many of the developments they are leasing for have attracted or already have very desirable tenants (e.g. Apple Store, Mariano's, Whole Foods, etc.).
Good on getting Kitaro. Much better than Outback. Will definitely try Kitaro out. Need more of this type of tenant that is unique to the market.
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Old 03-11-2017, 08:38 AM
 
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There's a spot for a grocer and hopefully it will be Mariano's. There isn't space for a place as big as Burlington and they probably would not want to pay the type of rent required to lease space in that development. The rates aren't cheap and most of the tenants will probably be closer to the upper end of things.
Definitely hope it's Mariano's, too. The shopping experience there is awesome.
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Old 04-13-2017, 04:29 PM
 
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El Salto to relocate Munster restaurant to Centennial Village

I think this is a very smart move on their end! While it is not my favorite Mexican restaurant in the area, it is still decent and has a good atmosphere. Things can only improve for them with this move and with the hotel right there, business should be sure to boom with all the foot traffic! I am curious as to what may go in place of El Salto at the old town hall..
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Old 04-14-2017, 08:24 AM
 
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El Salto to relocate Munster restaurant to Centennial Village

I think this is a very smart move on their end! While it is not my favorite Mexican restaurant in the area, it is still decent and has a good atmosphere. Things can only improve for them with this move and with the hotel right there, business should be sure to boom with all the foot traffic! I am curious as to what may go in place of El Salto at the old town hall..
@Northwest Indiana What is your favorite Mexican restaurant? And why do you think it won't open in Centennial Village?
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Old 04-14-2017, 10:03 PM
 
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@Northwest Indiana What is your favorite Mexican restaurant? And why do you think it won't open in Centennial Village?
Can't speak for NWI - but I love the food at Memo's. El Salto is good too though and I like it better than any of the Mexican restaurants on US 41.

IMO, Uncle Julio's would have been a good get but I will take El Salto. Nice to see a local company join the development and upgrade. Patio will be great for them.

As to what will happen to the old El Salto space, the joke I like to make is "medical office" b/c there is too much of that already in town (not paying property taxes). But it would be a cool place for a pub or artsy cafe type of place b/c the historic nature of the building gives it an authentic "cool" factor. El Salto didn't really capitalize on that.

As to your question about having another Mexican restaurant at Centennial Village, oftentimes when leases are signed there are "exclusive use" clauses which are added to protect existing tenants against too much direct competition. If they were smart, they negotiated this as part of the lease.
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Old 04-17-2017, 09:19 AM
 
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I always thought old town hall would be a great spot for a brewery. But unless the upstairs portion is included, it's probably not big enough.
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Old 04-17-2017, 11:42 AM
 
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I always thought old town hall would be a great spot for a brewery. But unless the upstairs portion is included, it's probably not big enough.
That would be a perfect idea especially with the history of the building. "Old Town Hall Brewery".
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Old 04-18-2017, 01:50 PM
 
Location: Valparaiso, IN
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That would be a perfect idea especially with the history of the building. "Old Town Hall Brewery".
Sounds like you should be a contributing investor I have a friend that is opening a new venture down in Lowell. Maybe I should tell him to reconsider the choice in location.
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Old 06-14-2017, 08:10 PM
 
Location: 1060 W. Addison
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Hello all! The Linden Group Achitects page on instagram has posted new renderings of the development. However MetroCRE has remkved all of the lstings from their site so we don't know what tennants have signed.
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