Mint Hill mall land now controlled by Howard Hughes Corporation?

It’s been a big week for General Growth Properties, the driving force behind building a mall in Mint Hill. The company not only exited bankruptcy, but officially spun off The Howard Hughes Corporation. The two companies became linked through a deal in Las Vegas. This morning, the Bridges at Mint Hill is now listed under The Howard Hughes website, and not General Growth. The HHC website says of the Mint Hill project,

The Bridges at Mint Hill is a prime placement in the underserved southeast corner of the thriving Charlotte metropolitan area.  The Howard Hughes Corporation is currently considering the opportunities for this property given evolving market conditions.

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