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Northtown Mall (Blaine, Minnesota)

Northtown Mall
Location Blaine, Minnesota
Opening date 1972
Management Glimcher Realty Trust
Owner Glimcher Realty Trust
No. of stores and services 100
No. of anchor tenants 5
Total retail floor area 621,109 sf (excludes Home Depot)[1]
No. of floors 1
Website http://www.northtown-mall.com/

Northtown Mall is a shopping mall located in Blaine, Minnesota, United States. Currently, the mall features Herberger's, Best Buy, The Home Depot and Burlington Coat Factory as anchors. In addition, Northtown Mall features over 100 stores and restaurants, as well as a food court and Paladin Academy public charter school. The mall is owned by Glimcher Realty Trust.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Additional anchor changes 2
  • Redevelopment 3
  • Anchors 4
  • Junior Anchors 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

History

The mall opened in 1972,[2] and was originally anchored by Montgomery Ward, Powers Dry Goods and Woolworth.[3] MainStreet was added as a fifth anchor in 1983 and by 1988, the short-lived MainStreet chain's stores were converted to Kohl's. Powers Dry Goods was converted to Donaldson's when the Powers chain was purchased. The old Woolworth's was divided between HomePlace and Best Buy in the late 1990s, the same year that a food court was added to the mall. Donaldson's would later be converted to Carson Pirie Scott, then later to Mervyn's, and after Mervyns left Minnesota, to Herberger's.

Additional anchor changes

In 2001, HomePlace and Montgomery Ward closed the last of their stores; HomePlace was replaced with Steve & Barry's in 2003. Three years later, Kohl's relocated outside the mall; the same year, Mervyn's closed its Twin Cities locations.[4] (The Mervyn's at Northtown Mall was the highest-performing Mervyn's in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.)[5] Kohl's has been replaced with Burlington Coat Factory, which opened in 2005.

Redevelopment

In 2007, LA Fitness was added to the mall as part of a renovation. This store displaced mall retail space.[6] Also, the former Montgomery Ward has been demolished, and The Home Depot has been built on the site of the former store; however, Home Depot does not open out into the mall itself.[7]

On January 23, 2008 Bon-Ton announced that they will be opening a Herberger's in the former Mervyn's location. The store opened on September 10, 2008.[8] The store assumes an anchor position in the mall once occupied by Carson Pirie Scott, which today is a corporate sibling of Herberger's.

Anchors

Junior Anchors

References

  1. ^ http://www.glimcher.com/controller/r5i/psm/file/view/Northtown%20Mall.pdf?id=451
  2. ^ http://www.startribune.com/535/v-print/story/1044148.html Hot Property
  3. ^ http://www.secinfo.com/dsbzp.94e.c.htm SEC Info: Midwest Real Estate Shopping Center LP · 10-Q · For 3/31/96 · EX-99
  4. ^ http://www.bizjournals.com/twincities/stories/2004/07/05/story2.html Kohl's joins Mervyn's in leaving Northtown. (page 1)
  5. ^ http://www.bizjournals.com/twincities/stories/2004/07/05/story2.html?page=2 Kohl's joins Mervyn's in leaving Northtown (page 2)
  6. ^ http://www.abcnewspapers.com/2007/February/8fit.html City approves fitness club use permit at Northtown Mall
  7. ^ http://www.ci.blaine.mn.us/_InsideCityHall/_NewsAndFeatures/_2006/_01/NorthtownMallUpdate_Home.htm Northtown Mall update
  8. ^ http://investors.bonton.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=289059 The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. Announces New Herberger's for Blaine, Minnesota Location

External links

  • Official Northtown Mall website
  • Glimcher Realty Trust

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