Owner of Concord’s Steeplegate Mall defaults on mall’s mortgage
“I don’t anticipate the mall will close,” said Carlos Baia, Concord’s deputy city manager for development.
“The loan matured on August 1, 2014 and was not repaid, as such the loan is currently in default,” the company said.
“Hopefully, the mall will turn around,” he said.
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