Jordan Creek Mall, a popular mall on the city’s west side, will close its doors on Dec. 6, according to the mall’s owner.
The mall is located on a small parcel of land owned by a group of investors who bought the mall in 2012 for $1.5 million, according the mall board.
The investors, led by the family of J.C. Chandran, a well-known entertainment industry executive who was recently named to the Forbes 200 list of the world’s wealthiest individuals, also purchased a shopping center nearby for $8.5 billion.
The group also owns a parking lot at the mall that is currently occupied by a former Marriott hotel.
The mall’s board voted in January to vacate the land.
“The mall has reached a point where it cannot continue to operate as it does now,” said J. Scott Gorman, Jordan Creek’s president and CEO.
“The time has come for Jordan Creek to close its eyes and focus on the next chapter of its future.
I’m not taking the risk anymore.”
The mall’s former owner, the Gorman family, also has a large entertainment property in Orlando, Fla., and is also selling the shopping center to a developer, who is developing a resort there.
The project is scheduled to open in 2021, but it could take years to complete.
The Gormans are expected to continue operating the mall as a mall with limited parking.
The Gorman Group has been working to acquire a new shopping center in Florida, where it plans to redevelop the property.
“We are going to stay open and operate at the same level, and we’ll have access to parking and a retail store,” Gorman said.
“It’s just time to take a long, hard look at our situation and what the future holds.”
Jordan Creek Mall is a mall in Palm Beach County that is the oldest mall in Florida.
The current mall opened in 2012, with the first floor of the main mall housing the retail store and the restaurant, while a second floor was constructed as an entertainment center.
The new mall is scheduled for completion in 2021.
The company is also developing a hotel in Palm Springs.
The site is near the Orlando International Airport and has an estimated gross area of about 2.3 million square feet.
The retail space on the ground floor has about 2 million square meters, while the resort and shopping center have about 2,000 square meters.
The property was acquired by the Gonsons in 2012.