MEYERLAND PLAZA in 1976. There have been several changes since the days of the circa-1957 plan. The Henke & Pilot grocery was rebannered, as a Kroger, in 1966. In 1971, J.C. Penney relocated into a larger, full-line store. Moreover, the mall was now adjacent to the "West Loop" of the Interstate 610 freeway, which had opened to traffic in mid-1964.


MEYERLAND PLAZA TENANTS 1976:

[Charter tenants in bold italic]

J.C. PENNEY (with Coffee Shop, Beauty Salon and freestanding Auto Center) / MEYER BROTHERS / F.W. WOOLWORTH (with luncheonette) / KROGER supermarket / PALAIS ROYAL / A. Action Safe & Lock / ABC Baby Furniture / B. Dalton Bookseller / Browz a Bit / Cobbler's Workshop / Coiffures Unlimited / Cole's Barber Shop / Corrigan Jewelers / Diamond Realty / Eight Js Company / Gibraltar Savings / Gluckman & Associates / Graham's Shoes & Apparel / Hancock Fabrics / Hickory Farms of Ohio / Houston Trunk Factory / J. Kornblith, Incorporated / J. Ross Bole Company / Jaclans Fashions / J.J. Pappas,  Attorney / Jimi's / Kits Incorporated Hobby / Margo's La Mode ladies' wear / Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio / Meyerland Cinema I & II (outparcel) / Motherhood Maternity / Oshman's Sporting Goods / Parmer Real Estate / Playhouse Toy Store / Prices's Furniture / Seline's ladies wear / Singer Sewing Center / Texas State Optical / The Man's Shop (Herman Melcher) / The Woman's Shop ladies' wear / Thom McAn Shoes / Tiny Togs / Turrentine's / Vogue Shoes / Walter Pye's / White's Auto Store / Wicks-'n-Sticks / Williamson Fashions ladies' wear / Windmill Gift Shop / World Wide Health / Wyatt's Cafeteria