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Knollwood Mall

Knollwood Mall
Location St. Louis Park, Minnesota
Coordinates

44°56′09″N 93°23′03″W / 44.9359000°N 93.3841000°W / 44.9359000; -93.3841000[1]Coordinates: 44°56′09″N 93°23′03″W / 44.9359000°N 93.3841000°W / 44.9359000; -93.3841000[1]

Opening date 1955
Management Rouse Properties
Owner Rouse Properties
No. of stores and services 45
No. of anchor tenants 2
Total retail floor area 460,000 sq. ft.
Parking 3500
No. of floors 1 w/partial basement
Website knollwoodmall.com

Knollwood Mall is a regional shopping mall located along Minnesota State Highway 7 in Saint Louis Park, Minnesota owned and managed by Rouse Properties, a division of General Growth Properties. Major stores at the mall include Kohl's, TJ Maxx, Old Navy, DSW Shoe Warehouse and Cub Foods.[2]

History

Knollwood Mall opened in 1955 as an open-air strip mall.[3] It featured a Powers Dry Goods store, Woolworth, JC Penney, and Red Owl Grocery Store.[4] The center was enclosed in 1980 and Montgomery Ward added to the eastern side.[5]

Powers became Donaldson's and then Carson Pirie Scott. In 1994, the Carson's store closed and was torn down for a Kohl's.[6] Montgomery Ward closed its store in the mall in 1998, and one year later, Cub Foods opened in its place.[5][7]

The eastern wing of the mall was vacated in 1999 for a movie theater multiplex which never opened. Five years later, TJ Maxx relocated from an existing store within the mall to the east wing, opening a combination TJ Maxx/HomeGoods store in its place.[8]

Anchors

  • Cub Foods (129,916 sq. ft.)
  • Kohl's (80,684 sq. ft.)
  • TJ Maxx/HomeGoods (54,619 sq. ft.)

References

External links

  • Knollwood Mall official website

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