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|Location||North Coventry Township, Pennsylvania|
|Management||Jones Lang LaSalle|
|Owner||U.S. Bank National Association|
|No. of stores and services||102|
|No. of anchor tenants||4 (1 vacant)|
|Total retail floor area||802,275 sq ft (74,534 m2)|
|No. of floors||1|
|Public transit access||Pottstown Area Rapid Transit|
Opened as The Norco Mall in October, 1967, it featured Sears, Britt's Department Store and Thrift Drug as anchors as well as thirteen smaller retail stores. In 1974 the original open-air plan was enclosed and expanded to include a new anchor store, J.M. Fields, a two-plex movie theater operated by the Fox Theatres chain, and more than a dozen new retail spaces. In 1982 the mall underwent further expansion and a name change to The Coventry Mall.
In 2004, Stoltz Real Estate Partners acquired the mall from The Goodman Co.. Mall owner Coventry Retail LP failed to make payments for the property and Jones Lang LaSalle became the receiver of the mall in March 2013. On September 19, 2013, the mall was sold at auction to U.S. Bank National Association for $49.5 million. Jones Lang LaSalle continues as the receiver and manager of the mall.
Boscov's was originally occupied by Pomeroy's, which opened May 1995. Pomeroy's owners Allied Stores sold the chain to The Bon-Ton in June, 1987. This store closed around 1994.
Kohl's was originally occupied by Hess's, which sold most of its stores to The Bon-Ton in 1994, but was unable to complete a deal with Bon-Ton on this store. It instead became J.C. Penney for a short time, then The Bon-Ton before finally becoming Kohl's.
- "Coventry Mall Leasing Brochure" (PDF). Stoltz Management Corporation. Retrieved August 3, 2012.
- Pottstown Mercury, Sept. 14, 1967
- Pottstown Mercury Feb. 21, 1973
- Rovins, Donna (September 19, 2013). "Coventry Mall sold at auction for $49.5M, will remain open". The Mercury. Retrieved November 5, 2013.
- Metz, Gretchen (December 29, 2011). "Two Sears in region on closing list". Daily Local News. Retrieved December 31, 2011.
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