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List of shopping malls in Michigan

Somerset Collection in the Detroit suburb of Troy

The history of shopping malls in Michigan began in 1954. That year, the Hudson's department store chain and architect Victor Gruen developed Northland Center in the Detroit suburb of Southfield.[1] It was followed by three other directional malls in Detroit suburbs, also developed by Hudson's and Gruen: Eastland Center in Harper Woods, Westland Center in Westland and Southland Center in Taylor. Beyond these, Michigan includes more than 50 other malls.

Shopping malls by region

Northern Michigan

Name Location Gross Leasable Area
sq ft / m²
Format Stores Type Owner
Alpena Mall Alpena Enclosed 30 Regional Cocoa Capital Corporation
Grand Traverse Mall Traverse City 530,000 sq ft (49,200 m2) Enclosed 100+ Regional Rouse Properties
Mackinaw Crossings Mackinaw City Outdoor Community Jim Wehr

Metro Detroit and Southeast Michigan

Name Metro location Gross Leasable Area
sq ft / m²
Format Stores Type Owner
Somerset Collection Troy 1,450,000 sq ft (134,700 m2) Enclosed. 180 + Super regional
full-line
upscale
The Forbes Company
& Frankel Associates
Twelve Oaks Mall Novi 1,500,000 sq ft (139,400 m2) Enclosed. 180 + Super regional
full-line
upscale
Taubman Centers
Great Lakes Crossing Outlets Auburn Hills 1,400,000 sq ft (130,100 m2) Enclosed. 180 + Super regional
outlet
Taubman Centers
Lakeside Mall Sterling Heights 1,550,450 sq ft (144,000 m2) Enclosed. 150 + Super regional
full-line
General Growth Properties
Fairlane Town Center Dearborn 1,500,000 sq ft (139,400 m2) Enclosed. 150 Super regional
full-line
Taubman Centers
Briarwood Mall Ann Arbor 983,000 sq ft (91,300 m2) Enclosed. 120 Super regional
full-line
Simon Property Group
Oakland Mall Troy 1,500,000 sq ft (139,400 m2) Enclosed. 120 Super regional Urban Retail Properties L.L.C.[2]
Macomb Mall Roseville 933,000 sq ft (87,000 m2) Enclosed. 100 Regional Cushman & Wakefield
Northland Center Southfield 1,400,000 sq ft (130,000 m2) Enclosed. 100 Regional Jones Lang LaSalle
Southland Center Taylor 920,000 sq ft (85,000 m2) Enclosed. 100 Regional Rouse Properties
Eastland Center Harper Woods 1,415,557 sq ft (132,000 m2) Enclosed. 88 Regional Jones Lang LaSalle
Westland Center Westland 1,056,696 sq ft (98,000 m2) Enclosed. 87 Regional Trademark Properties Co.
Mall at Partridge Creek Clinton Township 640,000 sq ft (59,500 m2) Open-air. 90 Regional
Lifestyle center
upscale
Taubman Centers
Laurel Park Place Livonia 506,000 sq ft (47,000 m2) Enclosed. 74 Regional
upscale
CBL
Village of Rochester Hills Rochester Hills 375,000 sq ft (34,800 m2) Open-air 67 Lifestyle center
upscale
Robert B. Aikens & Associates
Renaissance Center Detroit Enclosed. 57 Regional
Tourist theme
General Motors
The Mall of Monroe Monroe 620,411 sq ft (57,600 m2) Enclosed. 50 Regional Cafaro Company
Adrian Mall Adrian 373,383 sq ft (34,700 m2) Enclosed. 50 Regional Jones Lang LaSalle
Green Oak Village Place Brighton 550,000 sq ft (51,100 m2) Open-air 46 Lifestyle center
upscale
Redico, Quadrants Inc., Lormax Stern
Gateway Marketplace
(approved)
Detroit 365,000 sq ft (33,900 m2) Open-air. 40 Power centre
Universal Mall Warren Enclosed. 36 Power centre Universal Mall Properties
Arborland Center Ann Arbor 406,736 sq ft (37,800 m2). Open-air 26 power centre
Big box cluster
AmCap Inc.
Livonia Marketplace Livonia 325,000 sq ft (30,200 m2). Open-air. Community center
convenience
Konover Properties
Twelve Mile Crossing at Fountain Walk Novi 737,000 square feet (68,469.5 m2) Open-air. 20 Lifestyle center Transwestern
Novi Town Center Novi Open-air. power centre
Big box cluster
Simon Property Group
Brighton Mall Brighton 290,000 sq ft (26,900 m2). Open-air. 18 power centre
Big box cluster
Landmark Commercial
Southgate Shopping Center Southgate Open-air. Community center
Plaza
convenience
Westborn Mall Dearborn Enclosed. Plaza
convenience

Central Michigan

Name Location Gross Leasable Area
sq ft / m²
Format Stores Type Owner
Meridian Mall Okemos 978,128 sq ft (90,900 m2) Enclosed 125 Super regional CBL & Associates Properties
Lansing Mall Lansing - Delta Township 830,052 sq ft (77,100 m2) Enclosed 100 Regional Rouse Properties
Eastwood Towne Center Lansing Township 332,131 sq ft (30,900 m2) Open-air 66 Lifestyle center Jeffrey R. Anderson Real Estate
Jackson Crossing Jackson 652,770 sq ft (60,600 m2) Enclosed 56 Regional Ramco-Gershenson Properties Trust
Westwood Mall Jackson 510,000 sq ft (47,400 m2) Enclosed 50 Regional Rouse Properties
Frandor Shopping Center East Lansing 450,000 sq ft (41,800 m2) Open-air 60 Community center Lormax Stern

Flint - Tri-cities

Name Location Gross Leasable Area
sq ft / m²
Format Stores Type Owner
Bay City Mall Bay City 530,000 sq ft (49,200 m2) Enclosed 50+ Regional Bay City Mall Partners
Birchwood Mall Port Huron 790,000 sq ft (73,400 m2) Enclosed 107 Regional Rouse Properties
Courtland Center Burton 460,000 sq ft (42,700 m2) Enclosed 30+ Regional SMA Courtland LLC
Dort Mall Flint 239,000 sq ft (22,200 m2)[3] Enclosed Neighborhood Perani family
Fashion Square Mall Saginaw 798,016 sq ft (74,100 m2) Enclosed 100+ Regional CBL & Associates Properties
Genesee Valley Center Flint 1,272,397 sq ft (118,200 m2) Super-regional 127 Enclosed Jones Lang LaSalle
Midland Mall Midland 505,916 sq ft (47,000 m2) Regional 50+ Enclosed CBL & Associates Properties
Trillium Circle Grand Blanc Regional Lifestyle center

Western Michigan

Name Location Gross Leasable Area
sq ft / m²
Format Stores Type Owner
Breton Village Grand Rapids Enclosed Community center
The Crossroads Portage 769,801 sq ft (71,500 m2) Enclosed 100 Regional General Growth Properties
Lakeview Square Mall Battle Creek 550,000 sq ft (51,100 m2) Enclosed 50+ Regional GK Development
The Lakes Mall Muskegon 645,677 sq ft (60,000 m2) Enclosed 100+ Regional CBL & Associates Properties
The Orchards Mall Benton Harbor 624,972 sq ft (58,100 m2) Enclosed 50+ Regional JCJJ Management
Rivertown Crossings Mall Grandville 1,250,000 sq ft (116,100 m2) Enclosed 140+ Super-regional General Growth Properties
Rogers Plaza Wyoming 365,572 sq ft (34,000 m2) Enclosed 30+ Community Sun Valley Ltd.
Westshore Mall Holland 416,000 sq ft (38,600 m2) Enclosed Regional Pacific Western
Woodland Mall Grand Rapids 1,100,000 sq ft (102,200 m2) Enclosed. 110+ Super-regional Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust

Upper Peninsula

Name Location Gross Leasable Area
sq ft / m²
Format Stores Type Owner
Birchwood Mall Kingsford Enclosed Community
Copper Country Mall Houghton 257,863 sq ft (24,000 m2) Enclosed 10+ Regional CCM Capital Partners
Delta Plaza Mall Escanaba 187,659 sq ft (17,400 m2)[4] Enclosed 27 Regional Amicus
Midtown Mall Iron Mountain Enclosed 20 Community Kraus Anderson
Westwood Mall Marquette Enclosed 30+ Regional
Marquette Mall Marquette Enclosed 5 Regional

Other outlet centers

Defunct outlet centers

Defunct

References

  1. ^ Yousef, Jennifer (23 December 2008). "Aging Northland to get face-lift".  
  2. ^ [1] Oakland Mall sold to Chicago company
  3. ^ Dort Mall at showcase.com
  4. ^ "Delta Plaza Mall". Amicus. Retrieved 8 December 2013. 
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