Buyer found for Enfield Square; mall to be converted into retail, housing, hotels with $250M project

The dilapidated Enfield Square mall is slated to be transformed — through a $250 million project — into a new mixed-use area, complete with retail, housing, two hotels, and recreation space. Woodsonia Acquisitions, based in Nebraska, has entered a purchase and sale agreement with New York-based Namdar Realty Group to buy the mall that was in danger of closing less than a year ago. The estimated $250 million project — dubbed Enfield Marketplace — is expected to include numerous retail and restaurant spaces, more than 450 residential units, two hotels, and walking and biking trails, according to a resolution the Town Council passed Monday night. The municipality is not assisting Woodsonia in purchasing the parcel and it will remain private property, Town Manager Christopher Bromson said.

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