American Dream Mall Developers Officially Comment On Opening
With the slow drip of information coming out about the American Dream Mall project over the last few months, there's been one big thing missing - an official comment from the developers.
But yesterday we got that exact thing that we've been waiting for when officials finally put their names behind a projected opening time frame.
You'll remember that earlier this year, reports were pointing to a March opening.
Then March arrived and Governor Phil Murphy said that the expected ribbon cutting has, "slipped closer to June".
Now, we're getting mixed news as, on a plus side, the project's developers are finally commenting, but on a negative side, we also now know for sure that it won't open in June.
According to NJ.com, a spokeswoman for developer Triple Five pegged "late summer" for the mega-mall to open to shoppers.
Obviously, that's not a specific date, exactly, but it's a rare on-the-record comment from the long (and I do mean long) running project's management team, so I think that we can say that this is the most realistic time target yet.
But, as I've done all along, I'll wait to believe it when I see it.