Developer Scraps Plans to Build Outlet Mall in Cheshire - NBC Connecticut

Developer Scraps Plans to Build Outlet Mall in Cheshire

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    Plans to build a $100 million outlet mall in Cheshire have been scrapped.

    Massachusetts-based WS Development Associates said Monday it will not move forward with the project, which would entail a 510,000-square-foot retail center comprising about 65 stores.

    The outlets would have been located off Interstate 691 and Route 10.

    When the development was first announced in 2013, the company said it aimed to begin construction in early 2014 and open the outlets this summer.

    Tanger Outlets was also involved in the project but broke off the partnership with WS Development in January.