VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Do you want a piece of what was one of our region’s first shopping malls?
A 3-day liquidation sale is set to take place this Friday, Saturday and Monday as part of the Pembroke Square redevelopment project in Virginia Beach.
Owners of the property, formally known as Pembroke Mall, announced the sale will take place at the shopping center near the DSW . from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Nov. 17-18 and 20. It is a cash-only event and all sales are final. No one can hold any items and it is a first-come, first-serve.
Community members and businesses can purchase commercial and personal use items. The list of items being sold as of the press release include:
- Retail garment racks
- Glass storefront windows
- Light fixtures
- Kids’ crafts
- Marketing supplies
In addition to this list, there will be more available for purchase.
The mall’s interior, which first opened in 1966, closed in 2022 to make way for an estimated $161 million redevelopment plan. It includes construction of a new hotel, more than 300 apartment units, senior living facilities and parking garages in which the city is pitching in $24 million.
Demolition has begun inside the traditional interior mall but in order to progress the space needs cleared.
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