Plymouth Council Approves Four Seasons Redevelopment

In the Community

In November, the Plymouth City Council gave Dominium the green light to construct a mixed-use development at the current Four Seasons Mall site southwest of Highway 169 and Rockford Road.

The approved plan includes three apartment buildings – two buildings with general/family affordable apartments totaling 163 units, and a senior apartment building with 255 units. The development plans also include four commercial buildings and a 229-stall park-and-ride ramp.

The 17-acre site has been vacant for about eight years after failed redevelopment attempts by Walmart, the current owner, and later with the Agora project, another mixed-use development approved by the council in 2017. That development failed to materialize due to a lack of funding.

Dominium officials have indicated that they would like to close on the site in the spring or summer, with demolition beginning shortly thereafter, with anticipated completion in or before 2022.

Construction of the buildings would commence simultaneously after the site work.

Construction of the apartments is expected to take slightly more than a year and construction of the commercial uses and parking ramp are expected to take less than one year.

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