Concord Mall (Delaware)

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Concord Mall
Concord Mall DE north entrance.JPG
North entrance on west side of mall
Location Brandywine Hundred, Delaware, U.S.
Address 4737 Concord Pike
Wilmington, DE 19803
Opening date 1965
Management Allied Properties
Owner Allied Properties
No. of stores and services 90+
No. of anchor tenants 4
Total retail floor area 960,000 square feet (89,000 m2)[1]
No. of floors 1 (3 in Macy's Home, 2 in Boscov's, Sears, and Macy's)
Parking Parking lot
Public transit access Bus transport DART First State bus: 2, 61
Website http://www.concordmall.com/

Concord Mall, a shopping mall located north of the city of Wilmington in the unincorporated Brandywine Hundred area along U.S. Route 202, is Delaware's second-largest shopping mall. A short distance south of the Pennsylvania border, it attracts shoppers from Pennsylvania and other neighboring states wishing to take advantage of tax-free shopping in Delaware. The mall opened in stages over a period of several years. The first stage was an Almart,[2] a now-defunct discounter, which opened in 1965. In 1971, a Pomeroy's (now-defunct department store chain) was added. The Almart later became a Jefferson Ward (Montgomery Ward-owned discounter), and was then a Bradlees for a brief time until it was demolished for a Sears. The mall contains over 90 stores and features a fountain surrounded by a garden. It is owned by Allied Properties. The mall anchors are Macy's, Macy's Home, Boscov's, and Sears.

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Coordinates: 39°49′22″N 75°32′39″W / 39.8228°N 75.5441°W / 39.8228; -75.5441