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September 27, 2016

$35M apartments start in Shoreline
By JOURNAL STAFF

Rush Development and The Metropolitan Companies are breaking ground today on the 221-unit Paceline apartments at 17202 Aurora Ave. N. in Shoreline.

Apartments will have a “high-end luxury feel with urban access,” according to a news release from Rush. There will be 211 parking stalls and the building will be next to the Interurban Trail.


 

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September 13, 2018

On the Block: Big changes are in store for old Sears site: MGP plans housing, retail at Shoreline Place

Long before the Sears finally died, the city of Shoreline had big dreams of revitalizing the moribund Aurora Square shopping center.

That roughly 70-acre trapezoid had been anchored since 1967 by the Sears at 15711 Aurora Ave. N. But the recession, rise of Amazon and retail apocalypse all led the city toward an optimistic mixed-use redevelopment vision: a new urban village, also to be called Aurora Square.

The plan survives, but the name is now dead.

Shoreline's economic development manager, Nathan Daum, says the city will follow MGP's lead in the change of branding. “It's Shoreline Place,” he says. “It's significant. They're a major player in the industry.”

The housing and about 90,000 square feet of retail, commercial and restaurant space will be arranged around a new public park, dubbed Town Green.







GGLO is designing the four-phase project, with about 1,300 housing units, 90,000 square feet of commercial space and a new public park, Town Green.












Just across the street from MGP’s site, Trammell Crow Residential is planning the 330-unit, six-story Alexan Shoreline. The city issued a construction permit last week.
 

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March 19, 2019

MGP adds Hewitt to Shoreline Place team
By JOURNAL STAFF

Two years ago, Merlone Geier Partners bought the old Sears property in Shoreline, at 15711 Aurora Ave N., for almost $15 million. Shoreline Place is the new moniker for what was once called Aurora Square, which totals about 70 acres.

GGLO is overseeing the design for MGP's nearly 17-acre site, and Hewitt has now joined the team as landscape architect.

MGP's phased redevelopment is expected to last several years. It will ultimately add about 1,358 residential units—possibly to include some condominiums—and reconfigure the retail, new and existing, to about 75,000 square feet.

The old Sears store, which anchored Aurora Square when it opened in 1967, will eventually be torn down.







 
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