Eastern Hills Mall Redevelopment
Western New York’s First Town Center
Welcome to the new Eastern Hills! Uniland Development Company and Mountain Development Corp. (MDC) are proud to unveil plans for the conversion of the Eastern Hills Mall into a walkable, mixed-use Town Center.
The Eastern Hills Town Center revitalizes an aging, 100-acre shopping complex through the development of new office, medical, residential, shopping, dining, entertainment, recreational and hospitality uses to create a truly unique environment. Ideally located on the Clarence/Amherst border between Main Street, Transit Road and Sheridan Drive, the project has the potential to become a new regional destination for both residents and tourists, as nothing on this scale currently exists in Western New York.
Status: Under Development
What is a Town Center?
A Place Where The Community Connects. Town centers have grown in popularity across the United States as more people desire the appeal of suburban living and the lifestyle benefits of an urban-like, walkable environment that blends retail, entertainment, health and wellness with office space and residential living options.
Businesses find this type of urban environment, where everything is within a short walk, particularly effective when recruiting talent. Employees and the community appreciate the proximity to restaurants, bars, fitness options, park areas, and other forms of entertainment and lifestyle services without needing to drive.
How Large Is The Eastern Hills Site?
Phased Development & Long Term Vision
Phase one is still evolving based on demand. Upon full buildout, Uniland and MDC are planning about 1,500 residential units, 1 million square feet of office space, a brewery, several restaurants, and a park for outdoor events. Restaurateurs, breweries and businesses should contact Uniland.
Our concept plan is an illustration of what could fit on our 100-acre site. Consider it the start of a giant jigsaw puzzle that will be built over a series of phases for the next ten or more years. What actually gets built may look different than this plan. Restaurants within the town center will have patios offering views of lush landscaping and sidewalks as opposed to parking lots. Residents will be able to walk to the grocery store, park, and ice cream shop, and experience movies, concerts, and other events. Office workers will be able to walk to restaurants, fitness centers, and have access to numerous services like healthcare, childcare, and salons.
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