NAMPA, Idaho — Today, Rhino Investment Group, the company that owns the mall, broke ground on the start of a major redevelopment project.
The mall has been fairly quiet for the past few years after a number of major retailers moved out, leaving only a handful of smaller businesses.
The total cost of the project is between $30 and $50 million.
The company will begin tearing down part of the mall this month, making way for more parking.
Construction of the new mall is set to start either late next summer or early in the fall.