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It was a client of Tullio's, who operates a business in one of his other developments, who recently urged him to take a fresh look at the Home Depot site.
"This client wants a presence in the region for one of their other businesses and, based on the relationship we've developed over the years, they thought this would be an ideal time to move into the Windsor area," Tullio said.
With Devonshire Mall recently adding Target and Buffalo Wild Wings to its roster of stores and Walker Road's retail centre just minutes away, Tullio's development adds another powerful concentration of retail stores to a highly competitive neighbourhood.
"We believe the development will complement Devonshire Mall, add value and bring more retail traffic to the area," Tullio said. "We don't believe we'll be competing so much as complementing each other. We share a common roadway as well, so that should help us all."
Chris Savard, general manager of Devonshire Mall, said he welcomes the addition of more retail to the area.
"Generally, having a critical mass of retail congregating in one area is good for business," Savard said. "We have six million visitors a year and that will be good for his tenants, and customers attracted by his tenants will be good for ours.