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Honey Creek Mall

Honey Creek Mall
Honey Creek Mall
Location Terre Haute, Indiana, U.S.
Opening date 1968
Developer Guthrie May[1]
Management Trammell Crow
Owner CBL & Associates Properties
No. of stores and services 85+
No. of anchor tenants 4

Honey Creek Mall is a shopping center in Terre Haute, Indiana, with 680,890 sq ft (63,257 m2) of gross leasing area. The mall has been owned by CBL & Associates Properties since 2004.[2][3]

The mall opened in 1968 as Honey Creek Square. The complex was expanded in 1973 and 1981 and was renovated in 1992 and 2007.[4] In 1999, a management contract for the mall was awarded to Trammell Crow Faison Regional Mall Services, a unit of Trammell Crow Co. of Dallas.[5]

Its anchor stores are J. C. Penney, Macy's, Sears, and Carson's. The Macy's anchor was originally Root Dry Goods, which was converted to L. S. Ayres in 1998[6] and Macy's in 2006. Carson's opened as Meis, and was later Elder-Beerman.[7]

In 1983, the city of Terre Haute annexed the land on which the mall was situated.[8]

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References

  1. ^ Hughes, Frances (August 17, 1966). "New shopping center ready for construction". Terre Haute Star. p. 1. 
  2. ^ CBL & Associates Properties Acquires Two Malls from Client Advised by Faison & Associates for $202 Million. Business Wire, March 15, 2004
  3. ^ Retail Traffic, Apr 1, 2004 – CBL Reinvests Profits
  4. ^ TribStar October 30, 2007 11:36 pm, Honey Creek Mall unveils first comprehensive renovation since 1992
  5. ^ Shopping Center World, February, 1999, "Management Contracts"
  6. ^ http://tribstar.com/history/x1155772412/Looking-Back-1958-Second-annual-Sullivan-County-Corn-Festival-under-way/print
  7. ^ http://tribstar.com/news/x371803289/Meis-name-returns-downtown/print
  8. ^ http://tribstar.com/history/x1155767092/LOOKING-BACK-1983-Judge-rules-for-city-in-Honey-Creek-Square-annexation/print

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