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Parkdale Mall

Parkdale Mall
Location Beaumont, Texas
Coordinates

30°7′39.65″N 94°9′36.35″W / 30.1276806°N 94.1600972°W / 30.1276806; -94.1600972Coordinates: 30°7′39.65″N 94°9′36.35″W / 30.1276806°N 94.1600972°W / 30.1276806; -94.1600972

Opening date 1973
Owner CBL & Associates, Inc.
No. of stores and services 150+
No. of anchor tenants 6
Total retail floor area 1,371,870 sq ft (127,451 m2).
Parking 7,918
No. of floors 1
Website Parkdale Mall

Parkdale Mall is a mall located in Beaumont, Texas that opened in 1973.[1] The owner of Parkdale Mall is CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. The mall's anchor stores include Bealls, JCPenney, Dillard's, Macy's, Forever 21 (known as XXI), and Sears. KBTV-TV, the Beaumont-Port Arthur Fox affiliate (formerly NBC), is located inside the mall.

Former anchors

Renovations

In 2003, the mall underwent a significant renovation including new paint, flooring, lighting, furniture and, few years later, a new exterior featuring a colorful tan color scheme replacing the white 1970s look.

Dillard's Women and Hurricane Rita

Dillard's once had two stores, Dillard's Men's & Kids, and Dillard's Women's & Home Store until September 24, 2005, when Hurricane Rita hit Beaumont, Texas. Extensive damage was caused to the Dillard's Women's & Home Store. In 2006, Dillard's Women's and Home Store joined with the Dillard's Men's and Kids, making it a sole location. The Women's store had been near the food court and has been demolished. The former Dillard's building is now the site of a relocated Bealls.

References

See also

Parkdale Mall Website

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