Staunton Mall is a shopping mall in Augusta County, Virginia, United States. It is slightly outside the city limits of Staunton, Virginia. It has 4 anchors in operation include Belk, JCPenney, Peebles and Gold's Gym (previously Sears Surplus and Goody's Family Clothing), with one anchor remains vacant include Steve and Barry's, which closed in early 2009.
Staunton Mall was originally constructed in 1968 as Staunton Plaza, an open-air shopping center featuring Safeway Inc., JCPenney and Montgomery Ward. It was later enclosed. During the mid-1990s, the mall saw a renewal as it received a facelift, and many new stores. The mall was purchased by Colonial Properties Trust in the late 1990s and renamed Colonial Mall-Staunton. The mall was sold again in 2007, to First Republic Group Realty, which returned the mall's name to Staunton Mall. Now owned by Kohan Retail Investment Group.  The mall is also home to a 6-screen cinema.
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