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POSTED: Tuesday, November 24, 2015, 3:24 PM
Primary tenants, including Target, Home Depot, Burlington Coat Factory and ShopRite, are expected to remain, while most of the smaller stores inside the mall are expected to close by Dec. 31. (DAVID MAIALETTI / Staff Photographer)

Developers presented a more refined plan for remaking the Cheltenham Mall on Monday, an open-air mix of stores and restaurants with glass facades, some brick and metal trim.

“We’re trying to work with a combination of materials to give it a warmer look,” architect Jerry K. Roller told the Planning Commission.

The new shopping center will be called Greenleaf at Cheltenham, following some of Sun Equity Partners’ other projects, Greenleaf at Delran and Greenleaf at Howell in New Jersey.

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