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Auburn Mall (Massachusetts)

Auburn Mall
Inside the Auburn Mall
Location 385 Southbridge St, Auburn, Massachusetts
Opening date 1971
Management Simon Property Group
No. of stores and services 75[1]
Total retail floor area 600,000 square feet (56,000 m2)[1]
Website simon.com/mall/auburn-mall

The Auburn Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located on Route 12 in Auburn, Massachusetts, near the intersection of the Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90) and I-290/I-395. The mall is currently 49.1% owned by Simon Property Group and managed by Simon.

The mall was originally built in 1971 and has since undergone major renovation. The mall was originally anchored by two stores: Denholm's and Sears. Denholm's was converted to Forbes & Wallace, and later to The Outlet, a Providence, Rhode Island-based department store chain. The Outlet's store closed in the 1980s and was replaced with Caldor. Filene's was added as a third anchor in 1997. Caldor closed in 1999 and was converted to a Filene's home store. In 2006, the two Filene's stores in the mall were both converted to Macy's. As of early 2007, the mall claimed approximately 75 stores, quick service restaurants and kiosks.[2]

There are stores with women's, men's and children's clothing like Gap, Forever 21, Hollister, Victoria's Secret etc.

Anchor stores

References

  1. ^ a b Auburn Mall. MallsAndStores.info. Retrieved: 22 February 2015
  2. ^ http://www.simon.com/mall/directory.aspx?ID=332

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