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Eastpoint Mall

Eastpoint Mall
Location Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Address 7839 Eastpoint Mall
Opening date 1956
Management Jones Lang LaSalle
No. of stores and services 140
No. of anchor tenants 4

Eastpoint Mall is a mall in Dundalk, Maryland. The mall currently has 140 stores, including its anchors Sears and JC Penney.[1]

The food court at the mall has been the site of retirees from World War II to reminisce.[2]


In the current location of the mall was a shopping center that included a Hutzler's and Hochschild Kohn's department store. In the 1970s, this shopping center was enclosed, thereby making the location a mall.[3] JC Penney came to the mall in 1974.[4] In 1981, a Record Bar store opened at the mall.[5] The Hutzler's store closed in 1984[6] and became Sears in 1991.[7] Value City and Value City Furniture later split the old Hochschild Kohn's building. Ames was also added as an anchor, later becoming Steve & Barry's. Steve & Barry's closed in 2008, becoming DSW and Shopper's World in 2010. Value City also closed in 2010, becoming Burlington Coat Factory. The mall's fountain was based on Robert Woodward's El Alamein Fountain in Sydney. A half-dandelion version was at Towson Town Center.[8]

External links

  • Official site
  • Eastpoint Mall on Google Street View


  1. ^ Mall Info. Eastpoint Mall. Retrieved 2010-10-20.
  2. ^ Deborah Rudacille (2010). , p. 121.Roots of Steel: Boom and Bust in an American Mill Town Random House, Inc. ISBN 978-0-375-42368-0.
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