A circa-'60 layout of the original mall. It was one of the few in the United States with an overhead system of freight delivery and storage. This concept had been used at Houston's MEYERLAND PLAZA (1957) and later came into play at New York City's KINGS PLAZA (1970).
NORTHSIDE CENTER TENANTS 1960:
SEARS (with freestanding Auto Center) / F.W. WOOLWORTH (with luncheonette) / S.S. KRESGE (with "Dinette") / WALGREEN DRUG (with luncheonette) / Abbott Hobbies / Albert's Barber Shop / Atlantic Photo Supply / Baker's Shoes / Beauty Fair / Beneficial Finance Company / Billet Doux / Biscayne Federal Savings & Loan Association / Butler's Shoes / Crosby Jewelers / Family Shoe Service / Dr. Gardner, Optometrist / Fattie Gorne Coiffures / Grables Bakery / Hartley's ladies' wear / Harvest House Cafeteria / The Hub / Karmelkorn / Kween Kotton Shops / Lerner Shops / Lila May Shops ladies' wear / Thom McAn Shoes / Modernage Furniture / Mt. Vernon Coffee Shoppe / National Bank of Commerce / National Shirt Shops / New French Benzol Cleaners / Northside Children's Center / Northside Maternity Shop / Northside Music Center / Northside Travel Agency / Parisian / Royal Palm Clothes / Rumpus Room / Sandrell's / Saron Costume Jewelry / Schiff Shoes / Singer Sewing Center / Size 5-7-9 Shop / Sylvia's Lingerie & Corsetry Shop / Three Sisters ladies' wear / Tooley-Myron Studios / Vogue of Miami / The Allen Morris Company / Northside Center, Incorporated