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Chesterfield Mall

This article is about the shopping mall in Missouri. For the shopping mall in Virginia, see Chesterfield Towne Center.
Chesterfield Mall
Location Chesterfield, Missouri, USA
Opening date 1976
Owner CBL & Associates Properties, Inc.
No. of stores and services about 150
No. of anchor tenants 3
Total retail floor area 1,287,349 square feet (119,598.6 m2)
Parking 5,976 free spaces
No. of floors 2

Chesterfield Mall is a shopping center in Chesterfield, Missouri, at the intersection of Interstate 64/U.S. Routes 40 & 61 and Clarkson Road (Missouri State Route 340).[1] The mall opened in 1976,[2] built by Richard Jacobs.[3][4] Chesterfield Mall includes about 150 shops, three anchor stores (Dillard's, Macy's, and Sears), and an AMC Megaplex theater. The mall is owned by CBL & Associates Properties,[2] which acquired the property in 2007 from the Westfield Group,[5] who bought it from Richard E. Jacobs Group in 2002.[6] With the closing of Northwest Plaza in St. Ann, Chesterfield Mall is now the largest enclosed mall in the St. Louis region.


External links

  • Chesterfield Mall Website
  • CBL Properties

Coordinates: 38°39′14″N 90°33′54″W / 38.654°N 90.565°W / 38.654; -90.565

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