The proposed project consists of two phases: 1) expanding the existing Wal-Mart store and 2) creating three commercial outlots. Phase 1 consists of expanding the existing 109,508 square-foot Wal-Mart store by a maximum of 108,492 square feet, for a total of 218,000 square feet. The Wal-Mart would retail groceries, in addition to general merchandise, and operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Phase I also involves developing a new road (Stonecreek Blvd) that would intersect with State Route 152 and expanding the Wal-Mart parking area to 994 spaces. Phase II would create three outlots with a development potential of 69,900 square feet on the west side of the Wal-Mart. The outlots would be expected to contain end uses such as specialty retail and restaurants.
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