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Organizers plan to break ground this spring on 290,000 square feet of retail space with an additional 26 acres eyed for purchase and expansion. The developers also were granted 10 years of exclusivity on hundreds of acres surrounding the site, meaning the county will not allow any other entities to build on which could compete. So why build now instead of five years ago? "The economy has improved in the past few years," said Rick Carduner, managing partner of Dolphin Ventures. Carduner pointed to the area's recent Eagle Ford Shale energy boom as more signs of positive growth for the area. "That and the county's patience and our persistence have gotten the tenants in line and ready to open," he said. The location also means a steady stream of visitors to the fairgrounds in January, February and March for rodeos, livestock shows and more, when sales typically slump at stores. 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