CARY, N.C. (WTVD) -- Cary leaders are set to talk about the future of the struggling Cary Towne Center.
Council members are expected to take up a proposal Thursday night that would rezone the mall for 450 hotel rooms, office space and commercial use space.
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In 2019, Cary Towne Center has seen JCPenney close its doors and Dillard's announce plans to close permanently. In 2018, IKEA nixed plans to open a store in the mall, and Top Golf decided against bringing a location to the area.
The mall was also recently sold to investment groups based in New York and Dallas.
Thursday night, Cary Town Council's rezoning discussion will begin around 6:30.
Cary leaders to discuss rezoning Cary Towne Center for hotel rooms, office space, more
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