This week, the Ross Township Board of Commissioners voted to approve the demolition of the vacant Sears at to make way for a three-story mix of retail and entertainment options.

While most of the tenants have yet to be announced, township authorities confirmed that the new space will include dozens of storefronts, a movie theater and a 50-foot climbing wall operated by .

That section of the mall will also include a movie theater and a redesigned food court.

The project was initially proposed by the mall’s owners, , in February. But the board delayed the vote due to concerns over pedestrian access to the complex from McKnight Road. Since then, Simon has entered into discussions with the Port Authority to explore adding bus stops near

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