AUGUSTA CROSSING
Senator Way (Exit 109), Augusta ME


In 2005, Packard Development proposed to develop a new shopping centers in Augusta. It was scheduled to open in 2006.  The 50 acre site was to include a 400,000 square-foot shopping anchored by Target, Lowe's Home Improvement and include room for other stores and restaurants.


This new shopping center finally opened in 2007-2008.  It's called the Augusta Crossing, and is located at the end of then-called Storey Street (Senator Way) behind the Kennebec Journal building.  The site is right in front of the Turnpike Mall but on the opposite side of the Interstate.


The process of bringing this shopping center took time because at one point, all but one house on the proposed site were acquired by Packard.  The proposal to build the $40 million shopping center 
received final approval by the Augusta Planning Board on may 24 2006.


Most stores opened in november 2007 and Target opened on sunday, March 9, 2008.  A.C.Moore opened later than the other smaller stores at the Crossing. Staples already had a store at the Augusta Marketplace before opening a new location. 

  
 Actual tenants  Closed

Target
Lowe's
Staples
Best Buy
A.C.Moore
Petsmart
Stop & Shop *

* Planned

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   Augusta Crossing pylon sign

 
 
 
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