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Gateway Mall (Springfield, Oregon)

Gateway Mall
Main entrance with Kohls in the background
Location Springfield, Oregon
Opening date 1990[1]
Management Rouse Properties[1]
Owner Rouse Properties
No. of stores and services 84[1]
No. of anchor tenants 5[1]
Total retail floor area 754,000 ft²[1]
Website www.gatewaymall.com

Gateway Mall is a shopping mall located in Springfield, Oregon, United States owned and managed by Rouse Properties, one of the largest mall owners in the United States. It has 754,000 square feet (70,000 m2) of retail space.[2][3] The mall opened in 1990 and is located next to Interstate 5, which largely divides the cities of Eugene and Springfield. Located at the mall is two Cinemark theaters. There is a discount movie theater as well as a regular priced movie theater also owned by Cinemark.

History

Plans for a five-anchor shopping mall began in 1988.[4] Gateway Mall opened in 1990 with stores including Target, Sears, and Troutman's Emporium as anchors.[1] A 12-screen Cinemark theater was located adjacent to the food court. In 1999, a 17-screen Cinemark theater opened at the mall,[5] and the 12-screen Cinemark became a second-run discount theater. Ross Dress for Less added a store in 2002.[1] Kohl's built a new two-story department store at Gateway in 2006 to 2007.[6] A Cabela's opened inside the center in 2011.[7] On September 28th, 2014 Movies 12 screened its final film. [8]

Anchors

Anchor stores at Gateway:[4]

See also

References

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External links

  • Mall fact sheet
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