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  • Adams Dairy Landing giving shoppers what they’ve craved

  • Blue Springs residents and non-residents alike are always interested in the Adams Dairy Landing project.

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  • Blue Springs residents and non-residents alike are always interested in the Adams Dairy Landing project.
    Newest additions soon to open at the large retail complex along Adams Dairy Parkway include T.J. Maxx, Ulta Beauty, and Ross Dress for Less.
    The developer – RED Development – informed the Blue Springs City Council in mid-January about the recent commitments.
    Spokespersons for RED have said they are pleased with the progress at the complex, located along Adams Dairy Parkway.
    Here are some recent announcements concerning the retail center:
    • Ulta Beauty, a popular cosmetics store, will open in the building that was initially constructed for Books-A-Million.
    • Chick-fil-A is scheduled to open in early summer.
    • Verizon Wireless is scheduled to open this month or March.
    • Arby’s will open in the fall.
    • Michael’s is now open.
    • Ross Dress for Less and T.J. Maxx/HomeGoods will locate in the building that was originally going to be a Lowe’s hardware store.
    Other possible leasing tenants for the building include a toy store, sporting goods stores and other stores.
    Charming Charlie, a women’s fashion accessory store, also will open at an unknown time in the complex.
    Also, the “tower” building along Coronado Drive, currently being framed, will include America’s Best Contacts and Eyeglasses, GNC, Heartland Dental Care and five other tenants unknown at this point.
    Several stores have already opened at the complex, including Target, Gordmans, Kohl’s, Staples, Petco, Olive Garden and Chipotle.
    Financing for phase two of the project, a phase that will address development of the middle corridor and lifestyles, or outdoor, area is under way.
    In April, art will be on display at the retail center as part of the Blue Springs Art Commission’s annual art exhibit. The art will be on display from April 1 to Sept. 30.
    Allen also said that news of a replacement company for Lowe’s is forthcoming. The building supply company backed out of the project in late September.
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