The 22-acre second phase of the 82-acre Northville Park Place project is underway.
Located at the southwest corner of Seven Mile and Haggerty roads in Northville Township, the second phase will include 65,000 square feet of restaurant, retail and mixed-use space. A groundbreaking ceremony on the second phase is scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Confirmed second-phase tenants are Granite City Food & Brewery, which also has a location in Troy; theRusty Bucket restaurant, which has a location in Bloomfield Township; Sherwin Williams; a Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. restaurant; BurgerFi, a fast-casual restaurant chain that opened its first Michigan site in Ann Arbor last year; and a Jimmy John’s sub shop.
The development is on the site of the former Northville Psychiatric Hospital, which closed in 2003. The developer is REIS-Northville LLC, a joint venture between Livonia-based Schostak Bros. & Co. Inc. and Bloomfield Hills-based REI Investment Group Inc.
The restaurants and retailers are expected to be complete by the first or second quarter next year, said David Schostak, president and CEO of Schostak Bros., which is also responsible for leasing space at the development.
Schostak said the JV owns all 82 acres. Pontiac-based George W. Auch Co. was the contractor on the first phase of the development; Detroit-based Sachse Construction and Development Co. is the contractor for the second phase.
The first phase of the project features the $39 million University of Michigan Northville Health Center, which is 100,000 square feet and is to open in July.
Construction on the stand-alone Granite City building is expected to begin in late August.