A recent photo of the mall's Main Entrance.
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A view of the mall's south anchor. Its first tenant, Grant City, was in business between 1969 and 1976. Then came Watson's, Hess's and today's Shop 'n Save supermarket.
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A freestanding building at the south end of the mall site operated as a supermarket for several years. More recently, the structure has been leased as a Sears Catalog & Appliance and DFW Furniture.
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A snapshot of the north end of the mall. The building seen here was built as a full-line Sears. This moved out in 1989 and was replaced by a Hills discount mart, which morphed into an Ames before it was shuttered in the year 2001. Today the structure (with its attached Sears Auto Center having been demolished) is divided four ways.
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A circa-2007 site plan of the shopping hub. As one can see, much of the structure is leased as offices. There are also several retail stores. In addition to those indicated here, there are Hank's Deli, Regis Hairstylists, Animal Kingdom, West Virginia Lottery and Mi Pueblo Mexican and Hunan Chinese Restaurants.