Laguna Hills Mall

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Laguna Hills Mall
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Entrance to the mall
Location Laguna Hills, California, USA
Address 24155 Laguna Hills Mall
Opening date April 1973
Developer Rossmoor Corporation
Ernest Hahn Company
Management Merlone Geier Partners
Architect Edward Killingsworth
No. of stores and services 100
No. of anchor tenants 3
Total retail floor area 867,000 square feet (80,500 m2)
No. of floors 2 (Closed food court on 2nd floor)
Parking Parking lot
Website http://www.shoplagunahillsmall.com

Laguna Hills Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in Laguna Hills, California, in southern Orange County. It was built in 1973 and was renovated in 1994, and originally anchored by four major department stores: The Broadway, Buffum's, JCPenney, and Sears.[1] In 1991, Buffum's closed, and the store's second level was converted into an upstairs food court. The food court, which operated from 1994 to 2011,[2] was the only part of the general mall to be on the second level. The Broadway became a Macy's in 1996.

In May 2013, Merlone Geier Partners purchased the mall from Simon Property Group.[3] A year later, Merlone Geier purchsed the Sears anchor store with plans to renovate it.[4]

References[edit]

Official Site

Former Laguna Cafes food court entrance at Laguna Hills Mall.

Coordinates: 33°36′39″N 117°42′26″W / 33.61081°N 117.70709°W / 33.61081; -117.70709