Truman Marketplace in Grandview is rolling out several fresh new tenants following the complete remodel of the open-air shopping center. The 72-acre site sits at the intersection of Blue Ridge Boulevard and Highway 71/Interstate 49, on what was once the boyhood farm of the nation’s 33rd President, Harry Truman.
The Truman Marketplace celebrated the groundbreaking for the project back in May of 2015, which was celebrated by city officials and residents due to the fact that this shopping center was often overlooked and neglected. The marketplace will provide over 395,000 square-feet of major brand grocery, specialty stores, apparel shops, pet supplies, arts and crafts, and new restaurants to the area. Area officials commemorated the makeover with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday.
Legacy Development spearheaded the redevelopment of the Truman Marketplace, which involved an investment of approximately $75 million into the project that included significant new construction and re-design of the old spaces. In addition to the physical work done on the project, the Legacy team worked diligently in bringing a slate of tenants to the marketplace, including Ross Dress for Less, TJ Maxx, Burlington Petco, Shoe Carnival, Rue21, Starbucks, 54th Street Grill, Harry’s Liquor.
The entirely remodeled space includes Price Chopper, GNC, Dollar Tree, Advanced Auto, Payless Shoe Source, Five Below, Topsy’s, Sally Beauty and CitiTrends who are already open. Tenants opening later this fall include: Threadz, Lutfi's, Aaron's Rents, Anna's Nails and Vintage Stock.