Burnsville Center

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Front view of the mall.

Burnsville Center is located in Burnsville, Minnesota. It is one of the larger enclosed malls in Minnesota with over 153[1] stores on 3 floors and approximately 1,100,000 square feet (100,000 m2). The mall opened in 1977 after Hannah Rimnac sold farmland to Homart Development; however, the mall is now owned by CBL & Associates, a company which owns and operates over 32 malls throughout the United States.

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Burnsville South/Burnsville Center
Coordinates 44°44′38″N 93°17′20″W / 44.743838°N 93.288968°W / 44.743838; -93.288968Coordinates: 44°44′38″N 93°17′20″W / 44.743838°N 93.288968°W / 44.743838; -93.288968
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Connections 442, 444
Construction
Disabled access Yes
Services
Preceding station   Metro   Following station
  Proposed  
Orange Line
Terminus

The mall is also used as a transportation stop in the region, with bus service linking the mall to other destinations. Regular public transit service is provided by the MVTA. The center will to be a stop on the proposed METRO Orange Line bus rapid transit service to downtown Minneapolis (another major shopping destination in the region, particularly during weekdays). The Orange Line will run along Interstate 35W which runs just east of the mall.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "Burnsville Center". Outletstoresmalls.com. Retrieved 12 January 2016. 
  2. ^ "Burnsville Center Directory Map" (PDF). Burnsville Center. Retrieved 8 November 2016. 
  3. ^ Pfitzinger, Julie (2011-03-27). "Gordmans Opens Doors in Burnsville - Burnsville, MN Patch". Burnsville.patch.com. Retrieved 2012-06-08. 

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