Indian Mound Mall

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Indian Mound Mall
Indian Mound Main.JPG
Main entrance
LocationHeath, Ohio, United States
Coordinates40°01′53″N 82°26′51″W / 40.031311°N 82.447586°W / 40.031311; -82.447586Coordinates: 40°01′53″N 82°26′51″W / 40.031311°N 82.447586°W / 40.031311; -82.447586
Address771 South 30th Street
Opening date1986
DeveloperGlimcher Realty Trust
OwnerWashington Prime Group
No. of stores and services65
No. of anchor tenants6 (4 open, 2 vacant by December 2019)
Total retail floor area557,479 square feet (51,791.5 m2)
No. of floors1
Parking3,201 spaces

Indian Mound Mall is a shopping center located in Heath, Ohio. It opened in 1986. Its current anchors are JCPenney, Sears, Dick's Sporting Goods, and Big Sandy Superstore. All anchors are on one level.


Indian Mound Mall opened in 1986 as the first indoor shopping mall in Licking County. Its original anchor stores were Elder-Beerman, JCPenney, and Lazarus, as well as a Hills acting as a secondary anchor. Crown Cinema, located in the rear of the mall, was added in 1988.[2] A fountain that had originally been in the center of the mall was removed in 1997. Also in 1997 the mall added Sears, replacing a freestanding store nearby, and the Crown Theaters was expanded from six screens to eleven, becoming a Hollywood Theater shortly thereafter. In 2016, Hollywood Theater was bought out by AMC Theatres.[3] In 1998 Elder-Beerman was expanded and later closed in August 26, 2018 at 5 p.m, adding 20,000 square feet (1,900 m2).[4]

In 1999 Hills was replaced by Ames, which in turn closed in 2002. Steve & Barry's moved into the empty store in 2004. Lazarus closed in 2004, becoming Goody's the following year. Goody's closed at the end of May 2008 and became Dick's Sporting Goods in 2011.[5] Steve & Barry's was replaced in 2017 by Big Sandy.

On August 31, 2019, it was announced that Sears would be closing this location a part of a plan to close 92 stores nationwide. The store will close in December 2019.[6]

Food court


  1. ^ "Property Description" (PDF). Glimcher Realty Trust. Retrieved 2008-02-28.
  2. ^ "Heath Timeline, 1900-2000" (PDF). City of Heath. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-07-21.
  3. ^ "Major expansion planned for Glimcher Realty Trust's Indian Mound Mall". AllBusiness. August 26, 1996. Retrieved 2009-09-08.
  4. ^ "Elder-Beerman to Expand and Renovate Heath, Ohio, Anchor Store". PR Newswire. June 17, 1998. Retrieved 2009-09-08.[dead link]
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  6. ^ Tyko, Kelly (August 31, 2019). "Kmart, Sears store closings: More locations to shutter by end of 2019". USA Today. Retrieved August 31, 2019.

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