DLF Mall in Noida to Re-Open Next Week After Renovation, Date to be Announced Soon

Noida, October 9: DLF Mall of India in Noida is set to re-open next week after internal renovations. DLF Mall had largely remained shut since the past six months due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown. Stores selling essential items re-opened for a brief period, but they had to shut after a part of the mall’s ceiling collapsed in July. Since then, the internal renovation was underway, leading to complete closure of DLF Mall.

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“It did not make sense for us to open only for the weekends, so we used this time to renovate, paint and complete some interior work. We will open full-time from next week. The date will be declared soon,” a spokesperson of DLF Mall was

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Worthington mall owner plans major renovation



a large truck on a city street: The owners of the Shops at Worthington Place propose demolishing much of the mall and replacing it with offices. This rendering shows the proposed first office building, on the north side of the property. [Direct Retail Partners]


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The owners of the Shops at Worthington Place propose demolishing much of the mall and replacing it with offices. This rendering shows the proposed first office building, on the north side of the property. [Direct Retail Partners]

A Texas developer plans to demolish much of the Shops at Worthington Place in an effort to save the struggling mall property by converting it into a mixed-use development called High North.

Under the plan, scheduled to go before the Worthington Planning Commission on Thursday, the north and west sides of the mall eventually would be torn down, removing about 120,000 square feet of the 138,000-square-foot building.



a group of palm trees and a building: Direct Retail Partners, the Dallas firm that owns the mall, said offices are a more economically viable option for the site, at Route 23 and Interstate 270. [Direct Retail Partners]


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Direct Retail Partners, the Dallas firm that owns the mall, said offices are a more economically viable option for the site, at Route 23 and Interstate 270. [Direct Retail Partners]

The mall’s owner, the

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Worthington mall owners plan major renovation

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A Texas developer plans to demolish much of the Shops at Worthington Place, in an effort to save the struggling mall property by converting it into a mixed-use development called High North.

Under the plan, which is scheduled to come before the Worthington Planning Commission Thursday, the north and west sides of the mall will eventually be torn down, removing about 120,000 square feet of the 138,000-square-foot building.

The mall’s owner, the Dallas firm Direct Retail Partners, plans to initially demolish the mall’s north end, about 85,000 square feet, and replace it with a 125,000-square-foot office building, up to 10 stories high, including a parking garage.

In a second phase, the west side of the mall would be removed and replaced with another office building of similar size to the first, plus a 120-room hotel or a 100-unit residential building, a 30,000-square-foot office or retail building,

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