In 1999, the mall is owned by Australia's Westfield and things look really rosy. All three anchor stores are occupied and one hundred and forty-three tenants line the shopping concourse. WESTFIELD SHOPPINGTOWN CRESTWOOD encompasses 1,017,000 leasable square feet. Its parking lots and garage have room for over four thousand three hundred autos.


An early 2000s-vintage view of the main mallway. By this time, competition from the too-close-for-comfort ST. LOUIS GALLERIA has begun to take its toll, leaving the CRESTWOOD property in a downward spiral. Dillard's shuttered their store in October 2007. Helzberg Diamonds, Forever 21, Aeropostale and Macy's (nee' Famous-Barr) will pull up stakes in 2009.
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