As principal of UP Development, property developer Scott Fish has overseen the renovation of many retail shopping centers across Central Florida and other parts of the Southeast. Developer Scott Fish played a pivotal role in the redevelopment and sale of Paulding Pavilion in Hiram, Georgia.
UP Development assumed ownership of Paulding Pavilion at a time when a closed Publix was its anchor store. UP purchased the pavilion for $7.5 million and bought out the remainder of Publix’s lease, which allowed the company to redevelop its space and add Staples and Sports Authority as new anchors while ensuring the operation of the property’s other retail tenants. The center now features Bargain Hunt, Ben’s Mattress and Furniture, and Ciggys.
Located at the primary intersection of US Highways 92 and 278, Paulding Pavilion offers easy access to visitors. Daily traffic is steady and comprises 21,260 vehicles on Highway 92 and 34,520 vehicles on Highway 278. Other nearby amenities that draw shoppers to the area include big-box stores such as Sam’s Club and Target, and a variety of retailers, restaurants, banks, and gas stations.