ST. PETERSBURG, FL – (December 16, 2013) – On behalf of Publix Super Markets, The Sembler Company is redeveloping the Publix Shopping Center located at 3700 4th Street North in Saint Petersburg, Florida.
Publix will close on December 28, 2013. The redevelopment of the 50,600-square-foot grocery store and associated liquor store will include improvements to the entire property from construction of new buildings, new landscaping and parking areas. Publix is expected to re-open in its new building in late 2014. In the interim, Publix customers can do their shopping at other Publix stores including the Northeast Park Shopping Center across the street on the east side of Fourth Street North.
This will be The Sembler Company’s third Publix redevelopment project over the last three years.
Josh Beyer, Sembler Vice President of Development for Florida and the Gulf Coast, said, “We look forward to redeveloping another Publix store. They are a great company to work with and have a vision that will provide their customers with a very positive shopping experience.”
The Sembler Company has spent more than 50 years in commercial real estate, and its current business pipeline still reflects a robust and diversified range of services from third-party management and leasing, to ground-up development and acquisitions.
About Sembler: The Sembler Company is celebrating 50 years of creating retail real estate value. Sembler provides a full array of retail real estate services, including development and redevelopment, property and asset management, leasing and other related services throughout the Southeastern United States and Puerto Rico. Sembler has developed over 325 projects totaling 27 million square feet and currently leases and manages over 12.5 million square feet. For more information, please visit www.sembler.com.