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Oviedo Mall

Oviedo Mall
Location Oviedo, Florida
Coordinates

28°39′47″N 81°14′05″W / 28.66306°N 81.23472°W / 28.66306; -81.23472Coordinates: 28°39′47″N 81°14′05″W / 28.66306°N 81.23472°W / 28.66306; -81.23472

Address 1700 Oviedo Mall Blvd
Oviedo, Florida
Opening date 1998
Management Urban Retail Properties, LLC
Owner 3D Investments
Total retail floor area 952,035 square feet (88,446.9 m2)
Website

The Oviedo Mall (previously known as the Oviedo Marketplace) is a single-story indoor shopping mall with movie theater located in Oviedo, Florida, a northeastern suburb of Orlando, Florida. The mall is owned by 3D Investments and managed by Urban Retail Properties, LLC.[1] It was previously owned by General Growth Properties based in Chicago, Illinois which also owns the nearby Altamonte Mall. Both malls were cross-managed by the same General Manager. Mall anchor department stores include Dillard's, Macy's, and Sears. Other notable anchors include Regal Entertainment Group Oviedo Stadium 22 and Chamberlin's health foods store. The mall primarily caters to residents of the Northeast Orlando, Oviedo/Winter Springs suburban area.

Previous anchors / major stores included Bed Bath & Beyond, FYE, Foot Locker, and RJ Gators.

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External links

  • Mall Website
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