Francis Scott Key Mall
|Address||5500 Buckeystown Pike|
|Management||Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust|
|Owner||Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust|
|No. of stores and services||100|
|No. of anchor tenants||7|
|Total retail floor area||712,000 square feet|
|No. of floors||1|
Francis Scott Key Mall is an enclosed shopping mall in Frederick, Maryland. Opened in 1978, it is anchored by J. C. Penney, Macy's, Sears, Value City Furniture, DSW Shoe Warehouse, Ethan Allen and Barnes & Noble.
Original anchors at Francis Scott Key Mall in 1978 included Sears, Hess's, and Gee Bee. It was the second mall serving Frederick, the first being Frederick Towne Mall, which opened six years prior. Leggett, now Belk, opened at the mall in 1991. The store was sold in 1996 to J. C. Penney, who relocated from Frederick Towne Mall. Woolworth, an original tenant, closed in the mid-1990s. Its space was divided among smaller stores. Also, Hess's sold its store to Hecht's in 1995.
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