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Broadway Square Mall

Broadway Square Mall
Location Tyler, Texas, USA
Opening date 1975
Management Simon Property Group
Owner Simon Property Group
No. of stores and services 144
No. of anchor tenants 3
Total retail floor area 630,000 ft²
No. of floors 1
Website [1]

Broadway Square Mall is a one-story enclosed shopping mall located in Tyler, Texas. The mall primarily serves the city of Tyler and the surrounding East Texas area. Being one of only two major malls in East Texas, the mall serves visitors from a large trade area.

About the mall

Broadway Square Mall was first opened in 1975 with Sears, JCPenney, Selber Brothers, and Dillard's stores as anchors. Since its construction, numerous changes have been made to the mall's design. In 1987, Dillard's purchased the Selber Brothers stores at both Broadway Square and Longview Mall, converting both to auxiliary stores.[1] The former Selber Brothers store was later closed and converted to Old Navy. Today, the mall consists mainly of midrange stores like G by Guess, Hollister Co., Aeropostale, and American Eagle Outfitters. However, the mall is also home to a several upscale retailers, such as James Avery Craftsman and Coach. Dillard's, Sears, and JCPenney are currently the mall's anchors.


  1. ^ "Department stores purchased". The Paris News. 29 June 1987. 


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