The Mall at Tuttle Crossing

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The Mall at Tuttle Crossing
LocationNear Dublin, Ohio
Coordinates40°04′22″N 83°07′50″W / 40.072908°N 83.130509°W / 40.072908; -83.130509Coordinates: 40°04′22″N 83°07′50″W / 40.072908°N 83.130509°W / 40.072908; -83.130509
Address5043 Tuttle Crossing Boulevard
Opening dateJuly 11, 1997; 23 years ago (July 11, 1997)
DeveloperTaubman Centers
The Georgetown Company
OwnerSimon Property Group (50%)
No. of stores and services123
No. of anchor tenants4 (3 open, 1 vacant)
Total retail floor area1,123,248 square feet (104,353.2 square meters)[1]
No. of floors2
Public transit accessBus transport Central Ohio Transit Authority 21
Websitesimon.com/mall/the-mall-at-tuttle-crossing

The Mall at Tuttle Crossing is an enclosed shopping mall located in northwest Franklin County, Ohio. It has a Dublin, Ohio mailing address,[2] but it is in the Columbus city limits.[3] It was developed by a joint venture of Taubman Centers and The Georgetown Company and opened on July 11, 1997. Current anchors are JCPenney, Macy's, and Scene75, with one former store previously occupied by Sears.

History[edit]

The mall opened on July 11, 1997 with Sears, Lazarus, Marshall Field's, and JCPenney as anchor stores.

In August 2006, Lazarus was turned into Macy's, and the original Marshall Field's became Kaufmann's in February 2003. In 2006, due to the Federated-May merger, the Kaufmann's store was renamed Macy's at Hayden Run.

As of October 2006 there are two Macy's located at the mall, Macy's at Tuttle Crossing (the original Lazarus store) and Macy's at Hayden Run (the former Marshall Field's/Kaufmann's) until March 2017.

On January 4, 2017, Macy's announced it would be closing the Macy's at Hayden Run sometime during the same year.[4]

In early summer 2018, Scene75 Entertainment announced they would open a location in the former Marshall Field's/Kaufmann's/Macy's at Hayden Run. Scene75 opened to the public October 11th, 2019.

On December 28, 2018, it was announced that Sears would also be closing as part of a plan to close 80 stores nationwide. The store closed in March 2019.[5]

The mall has had 3 owners during its history:

Description and Location[edit]

The mall itself anchors an economically strong and growing area of office complexes, restaurants, apartments and condominiums surrounding the interchange of I-270 and Tuttle Crossing Boulevard. The area is a good example of the suburban phenomenon known as an edge city.

Current Anchors[edit]

  • JCPenney (opened in 1997)
  • Macy's at Tuttle Crossing (opened in 2006)
  • Scene75 Entertainment (opened in 2019)

Former Anchors[edit]

  • Lazarus (opened in 1997, renamed in 2005 to Macy's (at Tuttle Crossing))
  • Marshall Field's (opened in 1997, became Kaufmann's in 2003, then became Macy's (at Hayden Run) in 2006, closed in 2017, became Scene75 in 2019)
  • Sears (opened in 1997, closed in 2019, now vacant)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Do Business at The Mall at Tuttle Crossing®, a Simon Property". business.simon.com. Retrieved 2020-05-26.
  2. ^ "About The Mall at Tuttle Crossing® - A Shopping Center in Dublin, OH - A Simon Property". Simon Malls. Simon Property Group. Retrieved January 27, 2020. 5043 Tuttle Crossing Blvd, Dublin, OH 43016
  3. ^ "Columbus Corporate Boundary". The City of Columbus, Ohio. Retrieved January 28, 2020. Please look at the PDF in the link provided to determine the mall's physical location. If you zoom to the top left, then go down I-270 and stop at the Tuttle Crossing Boulevard exit, you will see that the mall's territory is in the city limits of Columbus despite having a "Dublin, Ohio" mailing address.
  4. ^ 10TV Web Staff (January 4, 2017). "Macy's closing 2 central Ohio department stores in 2017". WBNS-TV.
  5. ^ Thomas, Lauren (2018-12-28). "Sears is closing 80 more stores in March, faces possible liquidation". CNBC. Retrieved 2018-12-28.

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