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New signs are just the start of change at Monument Mall

Big changes are underway at Scottsbluff's Monument Mall.

Back in December, Texas based Rockstep Capital acquired the mall, and aesthetic changes are already visible with new signage and branding.

Rockstep President Andy Weiner says by Summer 2015, the former Wal–Mart building will be re-tenanted with national stores that already have locations in either Cheyenne or Omaha. In addition, there should be a few new stores that will open up in the existing mall area.

Weiner says that his company specializes in revamping malls and shopping centers in small communities across the country.

"We have been very successful in redeveloping the properties that we have been involved with," says Weiner. "Generally we have a local ownership that is involved in these properties. We have local owners from Scottsbluff that have invested in this transaction and people involved in other properties across the county."

He adds that keeping these businesses at this location is all part of their long–term business plan, and is convinced the Scottsbluff market is strong and stable.
“If you run a well managed property with great tenants with a good location and have strong market. ...  we are able to attract national tenants."

Weiner says they are still looking for several local tenants to make the move to Monument Mall. Interested businesses are asked to call Tommy Stewart at 713-554-7602, who will answer questions about tenancy to the property.

Weiner adds that he is very excited about what's happening and feels very lucky to be part of the Scottsbluff mall.

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