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Walnut Square Mall

Walnut Square Mall
Location Dalton, Georgia, U.S.
Opening date July 23, 1980[1]
Owner CBL & Associates Properties
No. of stores and services 75
No. of anchor tenants 5
Total retail floor area 449,239 square feet (41,735.7 m2)[1]
Parking 2,535 spaces
No. of floors 1

Walnut Square Mall is a shopping mall located in Dalton, Georgia. Opened in 1980, the mall features more than 75 inline tenants, as well as four anchor stores: Sears, J.C. Penney and two Belk stores. The mall is managed by CBL & Associates Properties.

History

The mall opened July 23, 1980[1] with Sears, Loveman's, Belk and J. C. Penney. In 1986, Proffitt's acquired Loveman's and converted the store to that name. When Belk acquired Proffitt's, this store became a second Belk location. Goody's Family Clothing was added in 1990.

Carmike Cinemas expanded its movie theater in the mall to nine screens in 1993, making it the largest theater in Northwestern Georgia.[2] This complex was closed in 2007 for a new theater on the mall's periphery.[3]

Goody's closed in 2009 when the chain liquidated the last of its stores.[4] It became a Rush Fitness center in 2010.

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