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Mall redevelopment, Pho Zone, Chick-fil-A, Aldi

WAUSAU − It’s been a busy year for business news in Wausau.

The biggest news this year included restaurants opening and closing, plans for the former Wausau Center mall site and other businesses announces plans to come to the area in the future. These are Wausau’s most-read business stories of 2022.

City approves Wausau Mall redevelopment plans

A rendering of the Foundry on 3rd building that has been proposed for the former Wausau Center mall site.

The city decided to move forward with plans to redevelop the former Wausau Centermall site.

The Foundry on 3rd project will be a 154-unit apartment complex with space for smaller retailers and commercial spaces. Liz Brodek, Wausau’s economic development director, said the project is expected to cost between $40 million and $48 million.

Wausau Opportunity Zone, a local nonprofit that owns the site, is working with T. Wall Enterprises on the project that organizers say will revitalize the space and draw more people to Wausau and the surrounding area.


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