The mall and its many outparcels as they stood in 2009. The big news at this time was THE PROMENADE AT MILLCREEK MALL, a lifestyle-like rebuild of the old Bazaar Court on the northwest corner of the mall proper.


A renovation done between March and November 2008 rebuilt much of the mall's interior and exterior. An area on the south side of Macy's became a Food Court. A dramatic entrance now provided access to the culinary complex from the northeast parking area.
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In this interior view, we see the new Food Court. The 6-bay facility included Fuddruckers, Little Tokyo, China Max, Dairy Queen-Orange Julius, Dunkin' Donuts-Baskin Robbins and Subway.
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A snapshot of the Southeast Court area at MILLCREEK MALL. The photo is now dated, as Sears pulled up stakes and left the shopping hub. Today, one would see a Boscov's nameplate on the anchor store.
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Above, we see the PROMENADE AT MILLCREEK MALL and its Kirkland's home decor store. The placement of the Macy's nameplate might seem a bit perplexing. The store is actually located on the opposite side of the mall. The doorways seen here comprise a Northwest Mall Entrance.
Photo from http://www.cafarocompany.com (The Cafaro Company)