The PIERRE property was one in a series of enclosed mini malls built by a Houston developer in the 1970s and '80s. In its original incarnation, the capital city complex housed around 168,300 leasable square feet. Like many of its sibling centers, it was anchored by compact J.C. Penney and Kmart stores.
An early 2000s vista view of PIERRE MALL. It was -and is- in the enviable position of being the only interior mall within a 120 mile radius.
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