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Sunland Park Mall

Sunland Park Mall
Location Interstate 10 at Sunland Park Drive,
El Paso, Texas
Coordinates
Opening date 1988
Developer Simon Property Group
Management Simon Property Group
Owner Simon Property Group
No. of stores and services 130+
No. of anchor tenants 5
Total retail floor area 918,000 sq ft (85,300 m2)
No. of floors 2
Website Simon.com

Sunland Park Mall is a shopping mall in El Paso, Texas, owned and operated by Simon Property Group. It is located on El Paso's west side, at Interstate 10 and Sunland Park Drive. It features five anchor stores operating under four brand names, and more than 130 specialty stores on two enclosed levels. It is the second-largest mall of the three in the metro area, behind Cielo Vista Mall, another Simon property.[1]

With a gross leasable area of 918,000 square feet (85,300 m2), the mall is classified as a super-regional mall by the International Council of Shopping Centers.[2]

Construction of the mall was completed in 1988, and it opened to the public on August 31 of that year. It is approximately one mile from Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino, a racino just across the state line in Sunland Park, New Mexico. It is about four miles (6 km) from the border with Mexico.[3]

Wurlitzer theatre organ

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References

  1. ^ Comparison of leasing sheets from Bassett Place Mall [1], Sunland Park Mall [2] and Cielo Vista Mall [3].
  2. ^ International Council of Shopping Centers Shopping Center Definitions. Information Accurate as of 2004. Retrieved Feb 20, 2007.
  3. ^ Simon.com: Sunland Park Mall (official web site)
  4. ^ TheatreOrgans.com: Plaza Theatre organ at Sunland Park Mall
  5. ^ History of the Plaza Theatre and its organ

External links

  • Simon Property Group

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