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The Shops at Fallen Timbers

Woodville Mall
Location Maumee, Ohio
Address 3100 Main St.
Opening date October 2007
Developer General Growth Properties
Owner General Growth Properties
No. of anchor tenants 90
Total retail floor area 1,000,000 square feet (93,000 m2)[1]
No. of floors 1

The Shops at Fallen Timbers is a retail lifestyle center in the city of Maumee, Ohio. The mall opened in October 2007 with three anchor stores (J.C. Penney, Dillard's and Barnes & Noble).


General Growth Properties first conceived the idea of a mall in Maumee, Ohio in the mid-1990s. Initially, the mall was to have been an enclosed project, but in 2003, the company decided on building a lifestyle center.[2] Stores that were proposed to open at the mall included Sears, Galyan's, Kaufmann's and Parisian.[3]

In October 2007, the mall opened for business with Barnes & Noble, J.C. Penney and Dillard's, the latter of which moved from two stores at nearby Southwyck Mall, as its anchor stores.[4][5] Two months later, Showcase Cinemas opened a multiplex theater complex at the mall.[6] Upon opening, the mall included several tenants new to the Toledo market, such as P.F. Chang's and White House/Black Market.[7]


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External links

  • Official website

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