Fairmount Properties takes over Alliance’s Carnation Mall
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Fairmount Properties takes over Alliance’s Carnation Mall

Fairmount Properties takes over Alliance’s Carnation Mall

ALLIANCE – Carnation City Mall has a new owner.

Fairmount Properties Alliance has taken ownership of the shopping center at 2500 W. State St., according to records from the Stark County Auditor. This comes more than a year and a half after Alliance City Council took its first steps toward revitalizing the mall property.

Fairmount Properties, a developer based in Orange Village, plans to redevelop the mall into a new “supercenter retail facility” that includes a near 160,000-square-foot store Meijer store with a gas station and convenience store and three new retail spaces. Dunham’s Sports is expected to move into the former J.C. Penney store.

“This transfer of property begins the process of a big, new economic development venture in the city of Alliance,” said Alliance Mayor Alan Andreani.

The mall previously was owned by D&L Ferguson, LLC.

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