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Peachtree Mall

Peachtree Mall
Main entrance
Location USA
Opening date August 5, 1975
Developer Jim Wilson and Associates for the California Retirement Trust
Management General Growth Properties
Owner General Growth Properties
No. of stores and services 108[1]
No. of anchor tenants 3
Total retail floor area 821,000 square feet (76,300 m2)
No. of floors 2
Parking 4200 spaces
Website Peachtree Mall

Peachtree Mall is a United States. After the closing and demolition of Columbus Square Mall in the early 2000s, Peachtree Mall is the one of two major shopping areas in Columbus (the other being Columbus Park Crossing).

History and layout

The original design of the mall was a single-level with anchor stores (Gayfers and Montgomery Ward) on each end of the primary corridor. A food court was added along with a 3rd anchor store, Parisian in 1985. An addition to the mall was completed in November 1994 when J.C. Penney relocated to the mall from its previous Columbus Square Mall location. An oddity of this expansion was that to reach the addition from the existing mall, one must walk through Dillard's (formerly Gayfer's). Montgomery Ward closed in late 2000 when the company filed for bankruptcy. Rich's opened in 2002 replacing Montgomery Ward. The named changed to Macy's in 2005. Parisian closed in 2006 following the company merger with Belk. It was announced in 2007 that the former Parisian location would be converted into a Belk, which was scheduled to open in late 2007; however the plans for a Belk location was scrapped in late 2006 due to financial problems.[2]


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  2. ^ Peachtree Mall News Archives

External links

  • Peachtree Mall website

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