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The Seminole City Center is an open-air lifestyle center in Seminole, Florida, considered as one of the most successful mall redevelopments in the state.

This project involved the complete demolition of the existing Seminole Mall, paving the way for the emergence of a dynamic mixed-use retail, fitness, grocery, and entertainment lifestyle center. Tenants include Millers Ale House, Bealls, The Fresh Market, Studio Movie Grill, Outback Steakhouse, LA Fitness, HomeGoods and more.

Project Key Facts



North American Development Group


Collaborating closely with North American Development Group, AVID Engineering, Foster-Conant, and the city, Cuhaci Peterson played an integral role in crafting this center.

Our contributions spanned conceptual designs, meticulous site planning, hands-on construction administration, and comprehensive engineering services including structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection.

The Seminole City Center had an intense entitlement process, challenging us to create a design that satisfied both the requirements of the local government and our client’s needs. To navigate this challenge, we established design guidelines that adeptly adhered to zoning ordinances, encompassing factors like glazing percentages and signage criteria, all while maintaining an aesthetically pleasing overall design.

Positioned within the heart of densely populated Pinellas County, this development is surrounded by residential properties, prompting a careful consideration of both the front and rear elements of the power center’s design. This prompted our team to be creative as we aimed to craft a design that not only resonates with the local residents, but also effectively serves the varied requirements of the customers who frequent this area.

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