Hull Property Group Acquires Muncie Mall

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Hull Property Group announced the acquisition of the Muncie Mall in Muncie, Indiana. The property adds to the company’s growing retail property portfolio of almost 20 million square feet, including 35 enclosed shopping malls across 17 states.Muncie Mall

“We are excited to join the Muncie community,” said Jim Hull, owner of Hull Property Group. “We love the area, and the Muncie Mall has wonderful redevelopment potential. We aim to reposition the Muncie Mall by working with community leaders and adjacent property owners to create a successful future for the mall and the Muncie community’s critical retail corridor. There are no bad properties, just bad ownership, and job one for us is to do the things necessary to improve viability for the existing tenants.”

Hull Property Group is a long-term owner and operator of malls in conditions like the Muncie Mall. It will invest its time learning the Muncie community and understanding the best path forward. Hull Property Group has successfully revitalized similar properties by working closely with local leadership, and hopes to achieve similar results here in eastern Indiana.

Muncie Mayor Dan Ridenour agreed, stating, “The stabilization of the mall should be a top priority. It occupies a prominent location in our important retail corridor, and a defined, first-class retail corridor attracts additional retail investment and tenants to our community. We are pleased that a group with Hull Property Group’s experience has purchased the mall, and we look forward to working with them.”

Hull Property Group has over 45 years of experience specializing in retail real estate, and a track record of acquiring and repositioning underperforming enclosed malls. The company has a consistent record of property redevelopment and improvement. It is committed to providing new investment capital, building strong community relationships to foster economic development, and being a good steward of the mall property. Good stewardship is the underpinning of the company’s investment strategy.

“Our formula of ‘Stabilize, Revitalize, and Reposition’ has proven successful for our company, and we aim to accomplish that here in Muncie,” said John Mulherin, vice president of government relations. “The decline of this property did not occur overnight, and it will not be fixed overnight, but we are ready to put in the work and capital to offer an improved shopping experience for Muncie. We look forward to getting to know the community better and being the good steward that this important property needs.”

Comments 2

  1. Cameron says:

    We Really Needed This And I Hope It’s Successful.. Muncie Has No Shopping Centers Anymore Beside Citi Trend And Walmart

  2. Judy Wagner says:

    I refuse to shop Muncie Mall after finding the previous employed people were given a 3 day notice their jobs were ending! If this new owner wants to make money from shopping perhaps cleaning house was not the best decisions made!
    These people have families to support, Muncie would like this explained!

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