Raleigh’s Gateway Plaza could be looking a lot different come this fall.
Construction will begin this month on the building’s facade and landscaping, as well as the replacement of its large parking lot, which could be completed by Labor Day.
The Herald-Sun says the center will also see a host of new leases including a craft store, a brewery, a coffee shop and a bakery.
Redevelopment will also include the planting of trees in the parking lot and along the sidewalks for more shade.
A local real estate group, which includes Russ Jones and Henry Ward, partners with Loden Properties in Raleigh, bought the shopping center for $3.45 million in 2016.