The PAROLE PLAZA Sears was in business between May 1962 and March 2002. The 73,000 square foot store was the final operational tenant in the complex. 


The Annapolis Federal or "sailboat bank", which opened, as an outparcel of PAROLE PLAZA, in October 1962. Designed by Baltimore's Frank Gant, its 70-foot-high white concrete sails have made the building a local landmark. This Mid-Century Modern edifice was spared when the PAROLE PLAZA mall was knocked down in 2005.
Photo from http://gba-architects.com (Gant-Brunnett Architects)


DC-based Woodward & Lothrop added a third anchor to PAROLE PLAZA. Originally a 1-level store, it opened in September 1964. 10 years later, the building was expanded with a second level. Its exterior was also given a facelift. The PAROLE PLAZA "Woodies" shut down in November 1995.
Rendering from http://departmentstoremuseum.blogspot.com