Haute City Center

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Haute City Center
Honey Creek Mall.JPG
Haute City Center
LocationTerre Haute, Indiana, United States
Coordinates39°25′38″N 87°25′03″W / 39.42722°N 87.41750°W / 39.42722; -87.41750Coordinates: 39°25′38″N 87°25′03″W / 39.42722°N 87.41750°W / 39.42722; -87.41750
Opening date1968
DeveloperGuthrie May[1]
ManagementJLL
Spinoso Real Estate Group[2]
OwnerOut of the Box Ventures
No. of stores and services85+
No. of anchor tenants4 (2 open, 2 vacant)
Total retail floor area680,890 square feet (63,257 m2)
No. of floors1 (2 in former Macy's)
Websitehautecitycenter.com

Haute City Center, formerly Honey Creek Mall, is a shopping center in Terre Haute, Indiana, with 680,890 sq ft (63,257 m2) of gross leasing area. The mall has been owned by Out of the Box Ventures, a subsidiary of Lionheart Capital since 2019.[3] The mall opened in 1968 as Honey Creek Square. The complex was expanded in 1973 and 1981, and was renovated in 1992 and 2007.[4] The center was renamed to Honey Creek Mall at the time of the 1992 renovation. In 1999, a management contract for the mall was awarded to Trammell Crow Faison Regional Mall Services, a unit of Trammell Crow Co. of Dallas.[5] The mall was then purchased by CBL & Associates Properties in 2004.[6][7]

The mall's anchor stores are JCPenney and Vendors Village. There are 2 vacant anchor stores that were once Macy's and Sears. Vendors Village opened in the former Carson's space in November 2018.[8]

The southern anchor building was originally Root Dry Goods, which was converted to L. S. Ayres in 1998[9] and Macy's in 2006. Carson's opened as Meis a store which re-located from downtown Terre Haute, and was later Elder-Beerman.[10]

In 1983, the city of Terre Haute annexed the land on which the mall was situated.[11]

On January 3, 2018, Macy's announced that they would close their store at the mall. This store closed in March 2018.[12] In April 2018, Carson's parent company Bon-Ton filed for bankruptcy and closed all of its stores. In October 2018, Sears Holdings filed for bankruptcy and announced the closure of 142 stores including the unit at Honey Creek Mall which left JCPenney as the only traditional anchor left.[13]

A Vendor's Village store opened in the former Carson's space in November 2018[14]

The mall was renamed to Haute City Center on December 16, 2019.[15]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Hughes, Frances (August 17, 1966). "New shopping center ready for construction". Terre Haute Star. p. 1.
  2. ^ "Haute City Center - Terre Haute, IN". Spinoso Real Estate Group. Retrieved 2021-11-06.
  3. ^ Greninger, Howard (2019-05-03). "Honey Creek Mall sold for $14.6M". Terre Haute Tribune-Star. Retrieved 4 May 2019.
  4. ^ TribStar October 30, 2007 11:36 pm, Honey Creek Mall unveils first comprehensive renovation since 1992 Archived September 12, 2012, at archive.today
  5. ^ Shopping Center World, February, 1999, "Management Contracts"
  6. ^ CBL & Associates Properties Acquires Two Malls from Client Advised by Faison & Associates for $202 Million. Business Wire, March 15, 2004
  7. ^ "Retail Traffic, Apr 1, 2004 – CBL Reinvests Profits". Archived from the original on 2006-10-24. Retrieved 2008-02-07.
  8. ^ "Vendors' Village opens at Honey Creek Mall". Terre Haute Tribune-Star. 20 November 2018. Retrieved 17 January 2019.
  9. ^ "Looking Back: 1958: Second annual Sullivan County Corn Festival under way".
  10. ^ "Meis name returns downtown".
  11. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-06-15. Retrieved 2013-06-13.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  12. ^ "Updated: Macy's in Terre Haute to close mid-March".
  13. ^ "Terre Haute Sears Store Slated for Closing". Terre Haute Tribune-Star. 15 October 2018. Retrieved 15 October 2018.
  14. ^ Trigg, Lisa (20 November 2018). "Vendors' Village Opens at Honey Creek Mall". Tribune Star. Retrieved 8 January 2021.
  15. ^ "Honey Creek Mall renamed to 'Haute City Center'".