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Shingle Creek Crossing Retail Development
 Shingle Creek Crossing Rendering    ShingleCreekpic1.png

Shingle Creek Crossing
Located at Highway 100 and Bass Lake Road, Shingle Creek Crossing will be a convenient shopping destination with a variety of stores and restaurants. With the first store opening in 2012, additional buildings will be constructed with stores opening through 2016.

The Shingle Creek Crossing retail development, by Gatlin Development Company, has been approved by the City Council as a phased development with construction continuing through 2016. The new development will replace the former Brookdale Mall site, a 65-acre site in the city's prime commercial district. The development plans include:
  • The planned development of 556,619 sq ft; more than 750,000 sq ft including the adjacent Sears property.          
  • The development of interior streets connecting the three entries.
  • The construction of pedestrian and trail connections.
  • New signage for the Shingle Creek Crossing.
  • The partial day-lighting of Shingle Creek and enhancements to on-site storm water management, interior streetscaping, landscaping and street lighting.

Building Pad/Site Information                 

  • A 181,943 sq ft Wal-Mart featuring grocery, pharmacy, retail, and garden center- opened in September 2012
  • A 38,000 sq ft LA Fitness- opened in September 2013
  • Existing Applebee's restaurant with 4,869 sq ft.
  • Former Kohl's store site with 75,000 sq ft.
  • 79,526 sq ft pad site for several junior box retailers- Includes TJ Maxx and Michaels’s   
  • Twelve retail pad sites with 145,593 sq ft
  • Six restaurant pad sites with 31,688 sq ft

*Additional businesses shown on Site Map below

Current Site Map (March 2015)-  PDF Version of Map 
 Shingle Creek Crossing Map

More Information

Development Approval Process Summary
The Planned Unit Development application and all related aspects of this development project were reviewed by the Planning Commission on April 28, 2011 and formally approved by the City Council on May 23, 2011.

July 14, 2011 - Planning Commission Public Hearing reviewed application submitted by Gatlin Development to consider a PUD Amendment that included a physical separation of the existing retail mall/food court building from the existing Sears retail store building, the elimination of one building from the previously approved PUD and the addition of a 6,000 sq. ft. restaurant pad site along with a new platted lot.

July 25, 2011 - City Council approved PUD Amendment

September 12, 2011 - PUD Amendment No. 2 approved and provided for the physical separation of the food court building from Sears store; the renovation/conversion of the Food Court’s “common area” into additional retail space; removal of Building N; and the addition of a new 6,000 sf. commercial pad site. 

September 24, 2012 - PUD Amendment No. 3 approved and provided for the re-platting of certain lots and revisions to Building D, Building Q, and Building O pad sites. 

October 14, 2013 - PUD Amendment No. 4 approved and provided for the removal and replacement of the former Brookdale Mall Food Court and a replacement plan for 10 new retail/service buildings. 

July 8, 2013 - PUD Amendment No. 5 approved and provided for various sign allowances granted throughout the Shingle Creek Crossing PUD. 

June 9, 2014 - PUD Amendment No. 6 approved and provided for revised layout/sizes to Buildings 9 and 10; allowances for screening wall in loading area; layout of Buildings R, a new 5,400 sq. ft. restaurant pad site; Building T, a new 5,500 sq. ft. restaurant pad site; the revised size and layout of Building B from 8,500 sq. ft. to 6,673 sq. ft.; and the re-platting of land surrounding the Food Court area.