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Owner invests $419k in repairs for Citrus Heights shopping center

New pavement can be seen in the parking lot of the Copperwood Square shopping center at 6982 Sunrise Blvd. // M. Hazlip

By Mike Hazlip–
Shoppers visiting the Copperwood Square center along Sunrise Boulevard between Woodmore Oaks Drive and Sungarden Drive will be driving on a new layer of pavement.

Property management representative Dan Chiavario of Strategic Asset Management Group told The Sentinel on Friday that the project is part of a $419,000 comprehensive repair of the parking lot, which he said should be completed this month.

The construction affected some businesses in the center as crews closed sections of the parking lots. R Vida Cantina announced they would temporally close on May 10 after crews blocked access to the restaurant. Thrift Store Kelsee’s Purse was able to maintain business hours, but said in a May 11 announcement that no parking was available in front of the business.

Copperwood Square has seen other improvements with the expansion of Planet Fitness into the suite formerly occupied by Hometown Buffet. Chiavario said monument signs were also remodeled last year, and LED lights and push panel signs were added.

Coming soon, Chiavario said a new Puerto Rican restaurant will be opening where a pizza restaurant formerly was.

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