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Elk Grove’s ‘ghost mall’ still unfinished after 10 years as tribal casino moves forward

SACRAMENTO BEE DECEMBER 29, 2018 • BY VINCENT MOLESKI

Ten years after construction came to a halt in the midst of economic recession, Elk Grove’s so-called “ghost mall” remains desolate and incomplete, and construction of the adjacent Wilton Rancheria casino has yet to begin despite recent progress.


The Outlet Collection at Elk Grove, as the mall project is formally known by its owner, Howard Hughes Corp., is marketed on its website as a prospective go-to retail destination with over 100 shops and restaurants, a movie theater and a park, but the fenced-in plot has languished.
There has been no activity on Howard Hughes’ property for years, Elk Grove public affairs manager Kristyn Laurence said.



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