Sunday, October 14, 2012

'Fountains' Website Adds New Aerial Photos

The website for the upcoming Fountains at Farah shopping center has debuted new aerial photographs showing construction progress on the $70 million project. Two new images show the development in August and September of 2012 from a bird's eye view.

September 2012 bird's eye view of The Fountains at Farah project.
The latest image shows column construction work that will support the upper level of the parking structure that will stretch the length of the 1,800 foot shopping promenade at the forefront of the project. On the southeastern side of the center, foundations have already been added for the larger big-box retailers, such as Nordstrom Rack.

Earlier August 2012 aerial photo.
The earlier August image mainly shows excavation work nearly completed for the lower parking level. It also helps to show the progress made in one month from August to September.

The grand opening for The Fountains at Farah center is scheduled for fall of 2013, about one year from now. To date, Nordstrom Rack, Best Buy, and Dick's Sporting Goods have been confirmed as tenants. EMJ Construction of Dallas is the general contractor for the project.

Dick's Sporting Goods Joins 'Fountains' Lineup
'Fountains' Website Updated, Debuts New Images
Nordstrom Rack 'Fountains' Location Details
'Fountains' Images Show Possible Design Aesthetics

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  1. I am very disappointed at this project. Its a glorified strip mall that you'll find in any other sub urban sprawl setting. Its a car oriented development in an area that is already inundated in traffic. Forward thinking cities plan a mix of residential, commercial, and transit oriented developments. Hasn't El Paso seen the mistakes made before by this kind of development before in other cities.

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