|Owner||Mountain Development Corp.|
|No. of stores and services||75|
|No. of anchor tenants||3 (1 vacant)|
|Total retail floor area||825,000 square feet (76,645.0 m2)|
|No. of floors||1|
The Eastfield Mall is a shopping mall in Springfield, Massachusetts, and is owned by Mountain Development Corporation. Built in late 1967 by the Rouse Company, it includes two anchor stores: Macy's and Sears. Third anchor JCPenney closed in 2011. The mall is managed by Mountain Development.
Eastfield Mall opened in 1967 with branches of two local department stores: Forbes & Wallace and Steigers. The third anchor store, Sears remains to this day. Forbes closed in 1975 leaving the mall store vacant. It was sold (the anchor stores are wholly owned by their tenant or proxies) and J. C. Penney moved in. Filene's, whose parent company May Department Stores had bought Steigers, moved into their old space. A movie theater is also included in the mall.
The addition of a Steve & Barry's clothing store in 2006 put the mall at full occupancy for the first time since 1978. The store displaced nine smaller retail outlets, of which only two relocated within the mall. This store closed in 2008 following the chain's bankruptcy proceedings. In 2009, Hannoush Jewelers opened a showroom in the space vacated by Steve & Barry's. In 2004, the mall implemented a teen escort policy, stating that any customer under the age of 15 must be with an escort after 5:00 PM. In 2011, JCPenney announced that they would be closing their Eastfield store.
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