Spotsylvania Towne Centre (formerly Spotsylvania
Mall) is a mall located in Fredericksburg, Virginia, on Virginia
State Route 3, less than a mile south of Interstate 95, and directly across from the
Park shopping and dining complex.
The mall is
owned and developed by Cafaro
. The property was renamed as "Spotsylvania Towne
Centre" at the beginning of a $12 millionrenovation project. The
project, completed in 2009, included an extensive remodeling of the
mall's interior and exterior. At the same time, construction was
begun on an outdoor lifestyle center called "The Village."
anchor stores include Belk (formerly Leggett), Costco
(formerly Montgomery Ward), Dick's Sporting Goods, two JCPenney stores, Macy's (formerly
Hecht's), and Sears.
Coincidentally with the remodeling of the mall, Cafaro announced
plans to develop 200,000 square feet of outdoor retail space on
vacant land adjoining Spotsylvania Towne Center. On October 22,
2008, Cafaro announced that eight tennants had signed agreements to
lease space in The Village.
Development plans for The Village include the Muviville
Entertainment Complex which will feature a "theater, bowling alley,
restaurant and electronic gaming complex". While the movie theater
was part of early plans for The Village, its construction appeared
doubtful when, in 2009 the developer, Muvico Theaters
, was unable to make payments
on a $55 Million debt. The company restructured in March 2009 and
stated that it would continue with development at The Village". The
center will consist of a 12-screen, all-stadium-seat theatre with
approximately 2,000 seats, 16 lanes of bowling, 250 dining seats,
upscale bars, a dance floor and a full-service restraunt.