Pellarin Enterprises has purchased the Marina Center and is planning to renovate Suisun City's oldest shopping center. Some initial design concepts were discussed initially with the City Planning Commission on Tuesday night.
No application has been filed with the City. However, the developer is seeking tenants for this exciting new project near the Suisun City Waterfront District.
If you are interested in more information about the project, contact Craig Burress aith CB Richard Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 916-446-8299.
Here's some of what the Daily Republic newspaper is reporting about this project.
By Ian Thompson
SUISUN CITY - The Marina Shopping Center, Suisun City's oldest shopping center, may soon undergo a rebirth that involves extensive renovation and construction.
Redwood City-based Pellarin Enterprises unveiled what it would like to do with the aging, half-vacant shopping center to the Suisun City Planning Commission Tuesday night.
Claude Pellarin and Suisun City Community Development Director Heather McCollister stressed the proposed layout and artist's renderings shown to the commission were conceptual designs.
The extent of the renovation will depend on what tenants he can attract to fill the center, Pellarin said. He and his brother, Aaron Pellarin, plan to do the work in phases so they can work with and move existing tenants as the project develops.
For the full article, visit the Daily Republic website.