The Village at Riverwatch
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|Location||Augusta, Georgia, United States|
|Opening date||Spring 2016|
|No. of stores and services||N/A|
|No. of anchor tenants||possibly 3|
|Total retail floor area||4,007,520 sq ft (372,311 m2)|
|Website||[dead link] [dead link]|
The Village at Riverwatch is a mixed-use development located in Augusta, Georgia (United States) on 120 acres (49 ha) along the banks of the Augusta Canal. It is located off of River Watch Parkway near Interstate 20 at Exit 200.
The property includes an upscale lifestyle center and a power center, a dine-in 14-screen IMAX movie theater, Costco, Cabelas, and 25 acres of restaurants and retail. In addition, 7 acres of retail and entertainment and a hotel are planned. The center is currently owned by Dallas-based MGHerring Group. Also known as the Brandenburg Parcel, the village would also have one of the largest supermarket chains in the area.
In July 2005, the MGHerringGroup – the developer of the center – announced that it would be built in the upcoming months and would have a grand opening of 2007. Construction initially started in October 2005. During mid-2006, however, construction came to a halt. Due to a lack of a blueprint for the center, the opening was postponed. In October 2010, it was announced that Costco would be opening a store on the site. On July 25, 2013, Cabela's announced that it would join Costco and open its first Georgia location on the site. On the same day, it was announced that the Georgia Theatre Company would open a 14-screen IMAX movie theater.
- Cabela's – open March 2014, 42,000 sq ft, first location in Georgia. The store is expected to draw people from as far as 250 miles (400 km) away.
- Costco – open November 2011, first location in Georgia outside of Metro Atlanta
- Riverwatch 14 Cinemas – open in fall 2015, includes stadium seating, a five-story tall GTX auditorium with wall-to-wall screens, luxury seating, Dolby surround sound, and a full-service restaurant.
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