HHH Landmark LLC, the owners of the Plaza at Landmark and Fair City Mall, is again supporting the Taste of Annandale as a Gold sponsor.
Gussini Fashion, which used to be at Landmark Plaza, is coming back and will move into the former Payless spot. Ransqueen Boutique is moving into a bigger space, in the spot vacated by Luggage Outlet. HHH is seeking a tenant to replace Boston Market, which closed a few weeks ago.
The shopping center is poised for big changes, as the Board of Supervisors earlier this month endorsed the Lincolnia Planning District Study, which would create a community business center in the area around the Little River Turnpike/Beauregard intersection. The plan designates the Landmark Plaza site as an “opportunity area” with higher-density, mixed use development, including 1,470 multifamily dwelling units with ground-floor retail.
To address traffic congestion in the short-term, HHH Landmark plans to create a two-lane exit out of the shopping center near Total Wine onto N. Beauregard Street. And to improve eastbound traffic on Little River Turnpike, HHH Landmark’s principal owner Marshall Ruben offered to pay to relocate the bus stop on Little River Turnpike by Oasis Drive to the service road and install a traffic light at Oasis so people existing the shopping center could turn east onto Little River.