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Landscaping plans approved for new Stein Mart retail development

Stein Mart will be joining Lady Lake Crossing.
Stein Mart will be joining Lady Lake Crossing.
Landscaping plans approved for new Stein Mart retail development.
Landscaping plans approved for new Stein Mart retail development.

Conceptual landscaping plans for the retail site of the new Stein Mart store off U.S. Hwy. 27/441 received approval Wednesday evening from the Lady Lake Parks, Recreation and Tree Advisory Committee.

Stein Mart is planning a 52,000-square-foot building at Lady Lake Crossing behind the new McDonalds and Tire Kingdom. The conceptual landscaping plan also included plans for a 4,000-square-foot building to be located between McDonalds and Tire Kingdom. What will be located in that retail space has yet to be announced.

The seven-acre shopping center site will include a variety of trees including Live Oaks, Magnolia and Crepe Myrtles.

A date when construction might begin has not yet been made public.

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