COVID pandemic delayed Fort Bragg shopping center. So what’s next?

FORT BRAGG — Plans for a shopping center project for Fort Bragg that have been discussed for the past seven years remain on hold.  

The 83,000-square-foot Fort Bragg Freedom Crossing Entertainment Center was expected to break ground early last year,  a spokesman for the Army & Air Force Exchange Service previously said. 

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All large projects for AAFES, including Freedom Crossing at Fort Bragg, are still paused, said Chris Ward, a spokesman for AAFES.  

“Discussions are continuing with potential tenants but there is nothing new to report at this time,” Ward said in an email.  

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The complex was approved by the AAFES’ board of directors in November 2014. 

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