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The Oaks Mall

Oaks Mall
Location Gainesville, Florida, United States
Address 6419 W. Newberry Road
Opening date 1978
Management General Growth Properties
Owner General Growth Properties (51%), Ivanhoe Cambridge (49%)
No. of stores and services 140
No. of anchor tenants 5
Total retail floor area 910,000 sq ft (85,000 m2)
No. of floors 1
Website Official site

The Oaks Mall is a shopping center located in Gainesville, Florida, U.S.A. It has 901,000 square feet (83,700 m2) of gross leasable area, and is a super-regional shopping center.[1][2] It is located at 6419 W. Newberry Road (State Road 26), Gainesville, Florida. Original tenants included Belk and JCPenney.[3][4]

The mall is owned by General Growth Properties[5] (51% share) and Canadian property development company Ivanhoe Cambridge[6] (49%), with General Growth Properties managing the mall on behalf of the venture.

The mall serves an extremely large trade area stretching into 11 counties with a population growth rate nearly double the national average. The center also benefits from its close proximity to over 64,000 students attending the nearby University of Florida and Santa Fe College.

The mall has several stores for the youth generation including American Eagle Outfitters, Hollister, Aéropostale, Abercrombie & Fitch, Hot Topic, and Buckle.

An adjacent shopping center, Oaks Mall Plaza, was bought by Southern Management and Development of Boca Raton, Florida in 2004 for $12.23 million.[7]

Anchor Stores

External links

  • The Oaks Mall Official site
  • General Growth Properties - The Oaks Mall
  • Google Maps
  • General Growth Properties Website


  1. ^ retrieved June 17, 2007
  2. ^ ICSC
  3. ^,770762&dq=oaks+mall+gainesville+burdines&hl=en
  4. ^,814101&dq=oaks+mall+gainesville+belk&hl=en
  5. ^ The Gainesville Sun, June 7, 2007 - Downfall of the mall?
  6. ^ [2]
  7. ^ South Florida Business Journal - June 9, 2004 - SMD buys Oaks Mall Plaza
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