Construction work is expected to begin in late spring on a major expansion of the King of Prussia Mall.
The estimated $150 million development will consist of constructing roughly 250,000 square feet of space that will connect the Plaza where Neiman Marcus is located with the Court where Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s are housed.
IMC Construction of Malvern, Pa., was selected by the mall’s owner, Simon Property Group, as construction manager. Requests for proposals have gone out for subcontractors, which means Simon is preparing to move forward with the work. Officials from Simon couldn’t be reached for comment.
Once completed, the 1.68-million-square-foot Plaza will be connected to the Court, which totals 902,000 square feet. It will briefly mean the mall will be the largest in America until the owner of Mall of America completes a $225 million, 5.6-million-square-foot expansion. Read more about this story on PBJ.com.