The Holland Sentinel recently posted a photo gallery of newly completed outer areas at The Shops. Visit The Holland Sentinel for the complete gallery!
A panel of judges selected Stacy Moulter, with her idea for a gluten-free bakery, as the winner of a competition run by The Shops at Westshore. She will receive a year’s free rent on a six-year lease at the campus of boutiques formerly known as Westshore Mall, as well as a package of thousands of [...]
By the end of 2015, Holland Township could be home to an On The Border and Anna’s House. Greg Erne of Versa Developments, owners of the Westshore Mall, which is now being called the Shops at Westshore, announced there are leases with the nationally-known Mexican restaurant and the breakfast and lunch cafe. If construction goes [...]
HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, MI -- When Westshore Mall's de-malling is completed in 2016, there will be two new restaurants. On The Border, a national chain of Tex Mex restaurants, and Anna's House, a popular Grand Rapids chain, have signed on to open locations at the Holland Township shopping center. This will be the fourth West Michigan [...]
"HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, MI — A Metro Detroit developer is tapping the architect behind Centerpointe Mall’s successful "de-malling" to design a similar transformation for the struggling Westshore Mall. Greg Erne, a partner in Southfield-based Versa Development, the mall's parent company, also has hired the Grand Rapids mall's current leasing agents to fill Holland’s biggest shopping center [...]
"Westshore Mall's latest owner, Westshore Mall Investors LLC, is here for the long run and eager to start construction. Greg Erne, one of three partners in the mall's parent company, the Southfield-based Versa Development, told commissioners the job will include demolishing about 25 percent of the enclosed mall's 415,000 square feet and adding a few free-standing shops [...]
"HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, MI -- Owners of Westshore Mall are ready to take a page from the recently revamped Centerpointe Mall. Like the Grand Rapids mall, the struggling Holland area mall will be "de-malled." The demolition work could begin early next year, if the shopping center's owner receives approval from the township planning commission next month. [...]