A physical layout of the 696,000 square foot complex. In its original configuration, it was anchored by two department stores; Auerbach's and Sears.


FASHION PLACE TENANTS 1973:

AUERBACH'S / SEARS (with Coffee Shop and freestanding Auto Center) / CASTLETONS / Anita Shops ladies' wear / Anzak's Fashion Cove / Baker's Shoes / Bathique / Bostonian Boutique / Carolyn's / Chess King / Chuck-A-Rama Restaurant / Cooper's Western Wear / Coy's Restaurant / Disc Records / Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour / Fashion Fabrics / Fashion Place Vision Clinic / First Federal Savings / First Security Bank (outparcel) / Flagg Brothers Shoes / Florsheim Shoes / Foxmoor Casuals / GNC / Gallenkamp Shoes / House of Fabrics / House of Hallmark / House of Originals / Interior Systems / Jeans West / Juliette's Intimate Apparel / K-G Men's Store / Kinney Shoes / Lafayette Electronics / La Ries' ladies' wear / Lerner Shops / Life Uniform / Makoff's ladies' wear / Morgan Jewelry / Morrow's Nut House / Motherhood Maternity / Mrs. Stover's Candies / Noah's Ark Pet Shop / Nobby Shops ladies' wear / Orange Julius / Pant Village / Parklane Hosiery / Rollnick's Shoes / Roper's / Rug Crafters / Schubach Jewelers / Size 5-7-9 Shops / Small World / Spencer Gifts / Standard Optical / Stride-Rite Shoes / Susie's Casuals / Swiss Colony / The Cottage / The Keyhole / The Tinder Box Tobacconist / Thom McAn Shoes / Tie Tac / Tree House / United Artists Fashion Place IV Cinemas / USA Gas Station (outparcel) / Valley Bank & Trust (outparcel) / Waldenbooks / Wicks 'N Sticks / Woman's World / Young America Fashions / Zales Jewelers / Zinik's Sporting Goods