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Prattville leaders are trying to make the city more pedestrian and bicycle-friendly. The city plans to add more crosswalks and intersection access buttons downtown, and to modify curbs to allow for better wheelchair and stroller access. Bridges over Autauga and Pine creeks are to be made more pedestrian-friendly. All new subdivisions in the city are required to include sidewalks.

City planner Joel Duke said that officials "are trying to come up with a network in which you don't necessarily have to get into a car to get your basic needs."

Prattville Progress story

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Best Buy, Belk to anchor new Prattville shopping center with Bass Pro

Best Buy and Belk will be anchors at High Point Town Center, a 900,000-square-foot development being built on Cobbs Ford Road near the I-65 intersection. Bass Pro, opening August 16th, and J.C. Penney were previously announced as anchors. Construction on the other anchor sites has not begun.

Across Cobbs Ford Road, work continues on Prattville Town Center, a 400,000-square-foot development with Home Depot and Target as anchors. Home Depot plans to open June 24, and Target by the end of July.

Other stores announced for the two new shopping centers include Books-A-Million, Circuit City, Ross Dress For Less, PetSmart, Bed, Bath and Beyond and Steinmart.

Montgomery Advertiser article

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Olive Garden and Logan's Roadhouse plan to build restaurants in Prattville Town Center, which is across the street from the Bass Pro Shops development. Prattville Town Center anchor stores are Target and Home Depot, and other stores include Circuit City, Books-A-Million, Pet-Smart and T.J. Maxx.

Montgomery Advertiser: Eateries coming to Prattville

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Olive Garden and Logan's Roadhouse plan to build restaurants in Prattville Town Center, which is across the street from the Bass Pro Shops development. Prattville Town Center anchor stores are Target and Home Depot, and other stores include Circuit City, Books-A-Million, Pet-Smart and T.J. Maxx.

Montgomery Advertiser: Eateries coming to Prattville

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Pine Level, about 10 miles north of Prattville and one of the fastest-growing areas in Autauga County, may become a town. Incorporation could have an impact on the future of the U.S. 31 interchange at Interstate 65. Prattville is growing north toward the interchange, and incorporation would block Prattville's growth to the north.

Montgomery Advertiser: Pine Level could form a town

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Part of the city of Prattville is in Elmore County, including two large shopping center developments under construction (Bass Pro Shops is in one of them), and the city is driving growth and an increase in tax revenues for both Autauga and Elmore counties.

Details in the article.

Montgomery Advertiser: Prattville boosts counties

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bids for the new 2 level 103,780 total sq ft JC Penney store (High Point Town Center) go out later this month.

This will be a very nice store, stand alone ,stone/stucco exterior.

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Alabama's first Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World store opened for business Wednesday evening in Prattville. Bass Pro, the anchor for High Point Town Center, is likely to lead to a lot more retail development in Prattville.

Montgomery Advertiser:

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More Prattville retail development news:

The developer of High Point Town Center lists Publix as one of the anchor stores at the shopping center under construction in Prattville. There are now four Publix stores in the Montgomery area, all in the city of Montgomery.

Montgomery Advertiser: Publix may be next store to commit to Prattville

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The Prattville city council is considering expanding the Daniel Pratt Historic District, and requiring architectural alterations in the district to be approved by the city historic commission. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, but has lost about one-third of its original historic buildings since then.

Montgomery Advertiser: Prattville may revise historic district rules

This would be a great move by the city. A listing on the national register doesn't mean much without local protection.

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IHOP will open a Prattville at Prattville Town Center, in a standalone building fronting Cobbs Ford Road. Anchor stores at the center are Target and Home Depot.

IHOP coming to Prattville

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Construction is well under way at High Point Town Center, Prattville's new lifestyle center. The 900,000 sq ft development's anchors include Bass Pro, Outdoor World, J.C. Penney, Belk, Best Buy and Publix. Bass Pro opened in August, and construction is under way for the J.C. Penney and Belk stores. Penney's should open in late summer and Belk in mid-fall.

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Website: www.highpointtowncenter.com

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High Point Town Center developers announced that four anchor stores will open in October. JCPenney and Best Buy will open October 1st, Belk will open October 15th and Publix on October 29th. Several smaller retail stores will open between October 1st and 15th.

Stores at Prattville center slated for October opening

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Another new shopping center is planned for east Prattville near the intersection of Cobbs Ford Road and Alabama 6. Developers have not released construction timelines or names of stores being recruited for the 250,000 sq ft center, which is part of the HomePlace development of single family homes, upscale apartments and retail.

Prattville getting another retail center

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