Crossroads Plaza Official Owned by LDS Church

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The Crossroads Plaza is now officially owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The church’s real estate arm made the announcement yesterday.

The acquisition clears the way for the church to begin redevelopment on the Plaza as well as the Z-C-M-I Center which they already own.

The church’s president says this ensures their commitment to keeping Main Street vibrant.

A Michigan firm and Utah-based firm are heading the redevelopment plans which may include a pedestrian bridge to connect the two malls.

There’s no word yet on when redevelopment might begin.

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Sep. 16, 2003
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