A rendering of the BISCAYNE MALL Montgomery Ward, which opened for business in February 1972. Apparently, it was identical to a store at New Hampshire's NASHUA MALL & PLAZA, which opened in August of the same year.
Drawing from the Montgomery Ward Company
A circa-1972 floor plan of CoMo's 1-Stop Shopping Center. Encompassing 270,000 leasable square feet, the mall, which housed twenty-seven stores and services, was anchored by Woolco and the aforementioned "Monkey Ward".
BISCAYNE MALL TENANTS 1972:
WOOLCO (with Red Coach Grill) / MONTGOMERY WARD (with Buffeteria snack bar and freestanding Auto Center) / KROGER supermarket / JERRY LEWIS 1-2-3 / Almar Bookstore / Ann's Fashion Center / Body Bazaar / Bresler's 33 Flavors Ice Cream / Cloud 9 Gifts / Commerce Bank (outparcel) / Endicott Johnson Shoes / Glover The Clothier / House of Fabrics / Kirlin's World of Hallmark / Krisman Jewelers / McDonald's Hamburgers (outparcel) / Merit Shoes / Music Land / Orange Bowl / Pearle Vision Center / Plant Plant Too / Robinson Shoe Store / Royce Shoes / SupeRx Drugs / Team Electronics / The Now World (Gal's and Guy's Fashions) / The Stag Shop Men's / Worthe Clothes / Wyatt's Cafeteria / Zodiak II Texaco (outparcel)