Harris Teeter Likely Headed to McMillan as Grocery Tenant


Harris Teeter Likely Headed to McMillan as Grocery Tenant

North Carolina-based Harris Teeter has signed a letter of intent to occupy the retail space set aside for a grocer at the McMillan sand filtration redevelopment site, developer Jair Lynch informed the community leaders last week. The store would take up about 53,000 square feet in the planned mixed-use residential and retail building.

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The McMillan Sand Filtration Site is a 92-acre property north of Bloomingdale, near Washington Hospital Center, a 25-acre portion of which is poised for redevelopment by Vision McMillan Partners, a development team is comprised of Trammell Crow Company, EYA, and JAIR LYNCH. The project will be developed in phases, but when completed the planned unit development (PUD) project will include approximately 2 million square feet of gross floor area.

The Harris Teeter would occupy a portion of the building on Parcel 4, designed by MV+A Architects and David Jameson Architect, Inc., and developed by JAIR LYNCH Development Partners. The residential portion will total approximately 258,235 square feet of gross floor area, including 196 market-rate units and 85 senior-affordable units for seniors earning between 50% and 60% of the area medium income.

In a letter to the community JAIR LYNCH noted that slight alterations to the approved plans would be needed before Harris Teeter would officially sign a lease, but the developers expect the lease would be a done deal by this time next year (Summer/Fall 2016).

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