The Village at Crosswinds construction to begin soon

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Altera Development Company based in Dallas, Texas and eds America, LLC based in Birmingham are pleased to announce that construction is set to being on The Village at Crosswinds in Phenix City on Highway 431 South and Hwy 165 early in 2018 with the center expected to open late fourth quarter of 2018 or early 2019.

The Village at Crosswinds will be a 22-acre mixed-use development anchored by one of the top Alabama-based grocery store chains, Renfroe’s Market. It will be a 40,000 square foot build-to-suite grocery store entirely designed to meet Renfroe’s Market needs. Altera and eds America have partnered with Richard Mobley of Bickerstaff Parham locally to handle the leasing and selling of out parcels. There will be two inline retail buildings totaling 26,000 square feet that currently has leaded Marcos Pizza and other retail concepts in final negotiations to be announced in the next few weeks. Talks are well underway on the several out parcels that total another 10 acres to be developed. One out parcel is dedicated to a C-Store, others to fast food, medical, automotive and sit-down restaurant concepts.

The developer, Terry D. Quinn, CEO with Altera Development said, “We and out local partners at eds America, LLC set to bring Renfroe’s Market to our development. The incredible product they have created fits into our strong local and regional concepts focus that we like to bring to our developments. Phenix City is a tremendous community that at times has been overshadowed by its sister city in Columbus, but we have found that the people of Phenix City are proud, in their own right, and want to support Alabama businesses in Alabama and wanted a new mixed-use retail development to help continue the growth along this corridor of Hwy 431.”

Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe said, “We look forward to and welcome Renfroe’s Market coming to The Village at Crosswinds. It has been a pleasure working with the Renfroe family and we are excited about bringing them to our city.”