Friday, May 24, 2013
Tenants for the 19,000-square-foot retail space have yet be announced.
As Richfield's downtown center comes together, there is still plenty of space for new businesses to put down roots—especially at Lyndale Station. Lyndale Station replaced the former Kmart on 66th Street and Lyndale Avenue. The development's anchor tenant, LA Fitness, opened its doors last fall and a 19,000-square-foot retail space has been constructed. The last phase of construction will be a 8,500-square-foot restaurant space. While there are still no tenants announced for the retail or restaurant space, a restaurant is reportedly in lease negotiations now. Read: New Restaurant Coming to Lyndale Station? It's Possible What businesses would you like to see at Lyndale Station? Tell us in the comments section. Related articles: Join …
Thursday, May 23, 2013
LA Fitness is the only tenant at this time.
Thousands of retail and restaurant square footage still appear to be up for grabs at Lyndale Station, but that may change soon. The development, which replaced the former Kmart building, is anchored by LA Fitness. The developer, Wellington Management, Inc., has yet to name any other tenants for the adjacent 19,000-square-foot retail building or the future 8,500-square-foot restaurant space. Patch reached out to Lyndale Station property manager Todd Kaufman for details last week. Kaufman was unable to give any, however, he said the company should be able to give some "solid information" in the next few weeks. That information could be details on a new restaurant. According to Joanne Henry, a public relations representative with Henry …
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Residents are invited to give feedback on plans on how to connect Richfield's urban center together.
The City of Richfield, in conjunction with the planning firm of Short Elliot Hendrickson Inc. (SEH), will be hosting a public open house to solicit comments and feedback relating to the proposed connectivity plan for the Lakes at Lyndale area. The open house will be held on Tuesday, January 15, 2013 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Wood Lake Nature Center (6710 Lake Shore Drive, Richfield). For more information regarding the open house or the planning process, please visit the City’s website at www.cityofrichfield.org or contact the City’s Community Development department at 612-861-9760. Follow Richfield Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
The new health club opened its doors to the public Wednesday.
Richfield's newest business opened its doors nearly a full month ahead of schedule Wednesday. LA Fitness, which is located on the site of the former Kmart store in the Lyndale Station development, is a full-service athletic club that offers a variety of equipment types, including free weights, cardio machines, dumbells and plate machines. In addition, personal training services and group fitness classes (such as yoga) are also offered. Other amenities include a basketball court, saunas in each locker room, a three-lane lap pool, four racquetball courts, a spa, Kids Klub and a juice bar. Site developer Steve Wellington, of Wellington Management Inc., had originally not expected the club to open until Nov. 1. The redeveloped site will also …
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
The shopping center's first retailer is expected to open its doors Nov. 1.
Follow Richfield Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter Lyndale Station, the city’s newest retail center, is proceeding roughly as expected, with doors to LA Fitness to open Nov. 1. Lyndale Station, which is taking the place of the former Kmart, is expected to eventually feature three single level retail buildings on a property located at the corner of 66th Street and Lyndale Avenue. Construction on the third building has not yet begun. Steve Wellington, president of development company Wellington Management Inc., told some 50 residents and local businesspeople gathered for a Richfield Chamber of Commerce luncheon last week that his company remains in contract negotiations with a number of retailers…