A physical layout of the original SUMMIT MALL. The complex opened for business, in October 1965, as the second fully-enclosed shopping center in the Buckeye State. The first had been Greater Cleveland's SEVERANCE CENTER, which was dedicated in October 1963.


SUMMIT MALL TENANTS 1965:

HALLE'S (with restaurant) / O'NEIL'S  (with Georgian Room restaurant) / POLSKY'S (with Polsky's Restaurant) / F.W. WOOLWORTH 5 & 10 (with Harvest House cafeteria) / PEOPLES DRUG (with luncheonette) / KROGER supermarket / ACME Supermarket / Akron Savings & Loan / Alan Richard men's wear / American Express / Barricini Candy / Birnbaum's / Bond Clothes / Card Mart / City Coin Laundry / City Loan Company / Cleveland Fabrics / Cowell & Hubbard Jewelers / Diamond Men's & Boy's Shop / Disc Records / Dolly's Hat Shop / Edison Brothers Shoes / Faflik Shoes / Far Corner, Incorporated / Firestone Bank / Firestone Tire & Appliance / Foxmoor Casuals / Franklin Simon ladies' wear / French Cafe / GNC / Goodyear Tire & Appliance / Gutman's ladies' wear / House of Nine ladies' wear / Kinney Shoes / Lane Bryant / Lang Clothing / Lerner Shops / Maybelle Millinery / Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio / Moore's Barber Shop / National Shirt Shops / National Uniform / New York Bakery / Nina's Dress Shop / Parklane Hosiery / Paul Harris Sportswear / Peck & Peck ladies' sportswear / Pollyana, Incorporated / Regal Shoes / Singer Sewing Center / Spencer Gifts / Stone Shoes / Stouffer's Restaurant / Stride-Rite Shoes / Summit Mall Beauty Salon / Summit Mall Delicatessen / Summit Mall Furriers / Summit Mall Optical / Summit Mall Theatre (single screen) / Susan Ives ladies' wear / Swiss Colony / The Tweed Shop / Tie Rak / Tux Shop of Akron / Ups & Downs / Van's Camera Shop / Waldenbooks / Zales Jewelers