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New signage and landscaping can be seen outside the Marketplace at Birdcage shopping center in Citrus Heights. // M. Hazlip

Sentinel staff report–
Drivers traveling through Citrus Heights on Sunrise Boulevard near the mall now see bright new signage and fresh landscaping in several locations along the frontage of the Marketplace at Birdcage shopping center.

Signs are bordered by blue and include a lighter columns with the image of bird, fitting with the history and name of the shopping center, which once was home to live, caged birds when originally built.

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Sunrise MarketPlace Executive Director Kathilynn Carpenter referred questions about the signage to the Gerrity Group, a Solana Beach-based company that specializes in owning and managing retail properties. A representative of the company said in a March 9 email that the project was not yet completed and declined to comment further.

Carpenter said the project did not receive funding from Sunrise MarketPlace, which is the business improvement district made up of several hundred businesses in the Sunrise-Greenback commercial corridor.

Businesses in the Marketplace at Birdcage include a Walmart neighborhood market along with Old Navy, Coldstone Creamery, Off Broadway Shoes, Inferno Chicken, and others. The center most recently welcomed a new Chuze Fitness, which took up a building formerly home to Sports Authority.

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