By the time of this circa-1995 layout, NORTHWAY MALL had been renovated twice. The first redo, a response to the opening of the too-close-for-comfort ROSS PARK MALL, was done in 1987-'88. It created a 2-level Atrium and installed an 8-plex cinema. A second remodeling, done in 1994-'95, reworked the Upper Level mallway, adding a new entry hall. Dick's, Borders, Marshalls and Old Navy stores joined the tenant list.

In late 2005, a new mall moniker and trademark debuted...SHOPPES AT NORTHWAY.
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A third mall makeover was done in 2007-2008. Half of the Upper Level was demolished, opening stores to the rear (upper level) parking area. The remodeling failed to bring a retail resuscitation. By the end of 2008, Old Navy, Dress Barn and Value City had closed.

The McKnight Road facade of the Dick's-Value City structure. In the 1962 mall, this building housed a Joseph Horne Company anchor store.
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The Main Entrance of SHOPPES AT NORTHWAY, which also faced McKnight Road. Its doors provided access to the lower level of the mall's Atrium.
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