FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - The former Sears store at Glenbrook Square Mall will be torn down.
New York-based Seritage SRC Finance LLC owns the building and submitted plans to the Fort Wayne Planning Commission for "The Shoppes at Glenbrook."
Those plans including tearing down the Sears building to build a new retail building connected to the mall.
A free standing Portillos restaurant are also included in the plans.
Seritage also owns BJ Brewhouse and the new Chick-fil-A.
Sears, which was one of the original anchors to the mall, closed late last year.
The Fort Wayne planning commission has to approve the proposal, which will be presented during its March meeting.
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