|Location||St. Louis Park, Minnesota|
|No. of stores and services||45|
|No. of anchor tenants||2|
|Total retail floor area||460,000 sq. ft.|
|No. of floors||1 w/partial basement|
Knollwood Mall is a regional shopping mall located along Minnesota State Highway 7 in Saint Louis Park, Minnesota owned and managed by Rouse Properties, a division of General Growth Properties. Major stores at the mall include Kohl's, TJ Maxx, Old Navy, DSW Shoe Warehouse, and Cub Foods.
Knollwood Mall opened in 1955 as an open-air strip mall called Knollwood Plaza. It featured a Powers Dry Goods store, Woolworth, JC Penney, and Red Owl Grocery Store. The center was enclosed in 1980 and Montgomery Ward added to the eastern side.
Powers became Donaldson's and then Carson Pirie Scott. In 1994, the Carson's store closed and was torn down for a Kohl's. Montgomery Ward closed its store in the mall in 1998, and one year later, Cub Foods opened in its place.
The eastern wing of the mall was vacated in 1999 for a movie theater multiplex which never opened. Five years later, TJ Maxx relocated from an existing store within the mall to the east wing, opening a combination TJ Maxx/HomeGoods store in its place.
In 2014, plans were announced to remove the remaining portion of enclosed mall between Kohl's and TJ Maxx/HomeGoods.
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