The Holiday Mall is about to get a new lease on life following its sale to Mishorim Gold Properties for $8.56 million.


"This is going to be the next up-and-coming community," Gold said. "There is so much energy and excitement in the area right now for what is to come. I am excited to help the neighborhood and the surrounding areas soar again. This new mall is going to be a game changer. It will become a destination that makes residents proud to show off."

MGold has been lauded for its ability to turn stagnant shopping plazas into trendy, popular spaces that reinvent the way residents live, work and play with a focus on service, entertainment, dining and retail.

MGold has been lauded for its ability to turn stagnant shopping plazas into trendy, popular spaces that reinvent the way residents live, work and play with a focus on service, entertainment, dining and retail.

Additionally, Pasco County is investing its own money into the area along the U.S. 19 corridor, which at one time was the economic driver in Pasco County. Also known as the Gulf Coast Highway, more than 71,000 cars pass by the Holiday Mall a day. While traffic has remained high, development lagged behind, said Pasco County Commission Kathryn Starkey, whose district encompasses the Holiday Mall.

She said MGold's investment is a welcome and much-needed boost, augmenting what has already been committed for the area.

Additionally, Pasco County is investing its own money into the area along the U.S. 19 corridor, which at one time was the economic driver in Pasco County. Also known as the Gulf Coast Highway, more than 71,000 cars pass by the Holiday Mall a day. While traffic has remained high, development lagged behind, said Pasco County Commission Kathryn Starkey, whose district encompasses the Holiday Mall.

Other improvements in the area will bolster Gold's efforts at the Holiday Mall including the county's plans to spend a couple million dollars renovating a workforce innovation training center near the Holiday Mall.

Other improvements in the area will bolster Gold's efforts at the Holiday Mall including the county's plans to spend a couple million dollars renovating a workforce innovation training center near the Holiday Mall.

 

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MGold is spending $110 million to turn the Grove at Wesley Chapel into the community's "downtown," complete with a container park, a movie theater, entertainment complex and a water park.

The container park, which offers funky, affordable spaces for start-up businesses, is set to open in the fall with 50 restaurants and retail shops. The movie theater, which will showcase a cycling room and children's play area, is scheduled to open soon.


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