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South County Center

South County Center
Location Mehlville, Missouri, USA
Coordinates
Address 18 South County Centerway
Opening date 1963[1]
Management CBL & Associates, Inc.
Owner CBL & Associates, Inc.
No. of stores and services 130+[1]
No. of anchor tenants 4
Total retail floor area 1,038,832 sq ft (96,510.7 m2)[1]
No. of floors 2
Website www.shopsouthcountycenter.com

South County Center is a shopping mall located in Mehlville, Missouri. It opened in 1963 with Famous-Barr, which became Macy's in 2006, and later a JC Penney as anchors. Stix, Baer & Fuller, (which became Dillard's in 1984), was added in 1973 along with a new wing of stores. A Sears, a food court, and additional mall stores were added in 2001.

In 1990, the mall was purchased by The Westfield Group, which retained ownership until 2007. CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. bought South County Center and three other Westfield malls as part of their expansion into the St Louis area.[2] Currently, the mall has four major department stores Sears, Dillard's (originally Stix, Baer, & Fuller), JCPenney and Macy's (formerly Famous-Barr).

Metrobus Transfer Point

Over the years, MetroBus service has used the mall as a transfer point for many routes. These routes currently serve the mall:

  • 17 Oakville
  • 48 South Lindbergh
  • 73 Carondelet

References

  1. ^ a b c "South County Center". CBL & Associates, Inc. Retrieved 2011-01-20. 
  2. ^ Hopfinger, Jennifer (March 2008). "GOES WITH THE TERRITORY". International Council of Shopping Centers. 

External links

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