$5 Million Renovation At Lake Elsinore Outlets


During Tuesday night’s regularly scheduled Lake Elsinore Planning Commission meeting, commissioners unanimously green-lighted the renovation project, which now moves to city council for approval. One of the old buildings at the Lake Elsinore Outlets is now just a pile of rubble, and if all goes as planned the aging mall will have a very new look by summer of 2014, according to the current property manager.

During Tuesday night’s regularly scheduled Lake Elsinore Planning Commission meeting, commissioners unanimously green-lighted the renovation project, which now moves to city council for approval. Mohr Affinity LLC owns the 1990s-era mall and is planning to spend approximately $5 million on the upgrades.

“We know what we need to do to attract tenants to come back here,” said Jeff Lochner, vice president of Athena Property Management, the company hired by Mohr to oversee mall operations.

According to Lake Elsinore Outlets general manager Jennifer Sulpizio, there are about 50 tenants currently leasing in the center with a total capacity of approximately 25 more. Both Lochner and Sulpizio said existing tenants are extremely excited about the proposed renovations.

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