What changes should Short Pump Town Center make?

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Short Pump Town Center houses more than 140 retailers. (Photo by Burl Rolett)

By Burl Rolett

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (RichmondBizSense.com) – Short Pump Town Center is slated for an upgrade as one of the mall’s co-owners prepares to sell a nearly 25 percent ownership stake in the 1.3 million-square-foot shopping center.

Developer Forest City Enterprises is planning to begin extensive renovations at Short Pump Town Center in early 2014, company spokesman Jeff Linton said.

“[We have] very exciting plans for major renovations,” said Tommy Pruitt, a principal at Pruitt Associates which, along with Forest City, co-owns the shopping center.

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