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The Mall at Tuttle Crossing

The Mall at Tuttle Crossing
Location Columbus, Ohio
Coordinates
Opening date July 11, 1997
Owner Simon Property Group (25%)
No. of anchor tenants 3 (4 physical stores)
No. of floors 2
Website The Mall at Tuttle Crossing Official Site

The Mall at Tuttle Crossing is a shopping center located in Sears, Lazarus, Marshall Field's, and JCPenney. As of August 2006, the original Lazarus is now a Macy's and the original Marshall Field's became Kaufmann's in February 2003. In 2006, due to the Federated-May merger, the Kaufmann's store was renamed Macy's. As of October 2006 there are two Macy's located at the mall, Macy's at Tuttle Crossing (the original Lazarus store) and Macy's at Hayden Run (the former Kaufmann's/Marshall Field's).

The mall itself anchors an economically strong and growing area of office complexes, restaurants, apartments and condominiums surrounding the interchange of I-270 and Tuttle Crossing Boulevard. The area is a good example of the suburban phenomenon known as an edge city.

The mall has had 3 owners during its history:

Anchors

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External links

  • The Mall at Tuttle Crossing Official Site



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