PHILADELPHIA MALLS

1. LEVITTOWN SHOP-A-RAMA 1953-2003 / open-air / LEVITTOWN TOWN CENTER -2004 / Bucks County

2. LEVITTOWN PLAZA -1959 /  open-air / WILLINGBORO PLAZA -1965-1998 / WILLINGBORO TOWN CENTER -2003 / Burlington County [New Jersey]

3. CHELTENHAM SQUARE -1959 / open-air, enclosed 1981 / Montgomery County

4. CHERRY HILL MALL -1961 / Greater Philadelphia's first enclosed mall / Camden County [New Jersey]

5. BLACK HORSE PIKE CENTER 1961-2004 / open-air / AUDOBON CROSSINGS -2005 / open-air / Camden County [New Jersey]

6. KING OF PRUSSIA PLAZA -1963 / open-air, enclosed 1966 & 1981 / KING OF PRUSSIA MALL -2014 / Montgomery County

7. MOORESTOWN MALL -1963 / enclosed / Burlington County [New Jersey]

8. PLYMOUTH MEETING MALL -1966 / enclosed / Montgomery County

9. NESAHMINY MALL -1968 / enclosed / Bucks County

10. ECHELON MALL 1970-2005 / enclosed / VOORHEES TOWN CENTER -2008 / open-air & enclosed mixed-use complex / Camden County [New Jersey]

11. EXTON SQUARE -1973 / enclosed / Chester County

12. OXFORD VALLEY MALL -1973 / enclosed / Bucks County

13. SPRINGFIELD MALL -1974 / enclosed / Delaware County

14. VILLAGE MALL -1974 / enclosed / Burlington County [New Jersey]

15. GRANITE RUN MALL 1974-2014 / enclosed / THE VILLAGE AT GRANITE RUN -2016 / open-air retail, residential & entertainment complex / Delaware County

16. DEPTFORD MALL -1975 / enclosed / Gloucester County [New Jersey]

17. GALLERY AT MARKET EAST -1977 / enclosed center city complex / FASHION OUTLETS OF PHILADELPHIA AT MARKET EAST -2015 / Philadelphia

18. MONTGOMERY MALL -1977 / enclosed / Montgomery County

19. COURT AT KING OF PRUSSIA -1981 / enclosed / KING OF PRUSSIA MALL -2014 / Montgomery County

20. WILLOW GROVE PARK MALL -1982 / enclosed / Montgomery County

21. BURLINGTON CENTER MALL -1982 / enclosed / Burlington County [New Jersey]

22. THE BOURSE existing building renovated into enclosed retail & office complex in 1982 / Philadelphia

23. FRANKLIN MILLS -1989 / enclosed / PHILADELPHIA MILLS -2014 / Philadelphia


[Structures indicated in bold italic have been completely demolished. Those in green have full articles on the MALL HALL OF FAME site, while those in blue have a full article on the SHOPPING MALL MUSEUM site]