Construction on an Elk Grove outlet mall will begin again, after the city settled a lawsuit with a neighboring property owner.
The property, sitting along Highway 99, was taken over by the Howard Hughes Corporation in late 2013. The company plans to build a 100-acre development with stores, restaurants, a movie theater and more – and will be called the Outlet Collection at Elk Grove.
The property has sat half-finished for the past several years. After the Howard Hughes Corporation took over the property to begin building the mall, the lawsuit was filed last year and halted construction. Now that the lawsuit has been settled, construction can begin again.