The developers of Pullman Square ended today some recent controversy by providing an update on the plans for the final building at the site in Huntington.
The Huntington Urban Renewal Authority helped make Pullman possible and members had asked Metropolitan Partners to attend several recent meetings for an update.
Metropolitan had not attended those recent meetings, but partner Bill Dargusch was there at the latest meeting Thursday. He said construction on the final building at Pullman is expected to begin this spring.
The building will look similar to a train station and is designed to hold retail stores. Dargusch says stores already familiar to the Huntington area are thinking about expanding to Pullman.
Dargusch says that's why his company had not attended previous HURA meetings, because he did not want to discuss Pullman plans in an open meeting. No names of possible tenants have been released.
Moe's Southwest Grill recently closed at Pullman and the owner of that franchise is planning to open in a new location soon. Dargusch says a new tenant will look at that Pullman location Saturday.
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