|Location||Sterling Heights, Michigan, USA|
|Opening date||March 2, 1976|
|Developer||A. Alfred Taubman and Rodamco|
|Management||General Growth Properties|
|Owner||General Growth Properties|
|No. of stores and services||150|
|No. of anchor tenants||5|
|Total retail floor area||1,550,450 sq ft (144,042 m2)|
|No. of floors||2|
Coordinates: Lakeside Mall is a Taubman-built super-regional full-line shopping mall located in the northeastern Metro Detroit suburb of Sterling Heights, Michigan. The mall is located on M-59 (Hall Road) between Hayes and Schoenherr Roads. Lakeside Mall features five anchor stores: JCPenney, Lord & Taylor, two Macy's, and Sears, as well as the first H&M in Michigan. The mall also features more than 150 stores on two levels, as well as a food court. General Growth Properties owns and manages the mall, which is the largest mall in the state of Michigan based on floor area.
Lakeside Mall started as a joint-venture between A. Alfred Taubman and the Dutch investment company Rodamco. It opened on March 2, 1976 with four anchor stores: Hudson's, Sears, Crowley's, and JCPenney, with Lord and Taylor added in 1978 as a fifth anchor. In 1999, after the Crowley's chain filed for bankruptcy, Hudson's purchased the Crowley's building and moved its men's clothing and home goods into it.
In 2001, Hudson's stores are renamed Marshall Field's as part of a nameplate consolidation by parent Target Corp. Steve & Barry's also opened. f.y.e. relocated in 2006 to a smaller store, and H&M opened its first Michigan location in June 2006.
Marshall Field's was one of several nameplates converted to Macy's in 2006, as Federated Department Stores (now Macy's, Inc.) had acquired Marshall Fields' then-parent, May Company. Both the main and auxiliary Macy's at Lakeside Mall were rebranded. A year later, plans were announced for a $3 million renovation of the mall and its periphery. Renovations included new signage and improved pedestrian access to the mall. Exterior renovations began in late 2008. In 2014, Lakeside Mall cleared out a part of the lower level Sears wing to make way for an MC Sports. In 2016, a Jeepers! opened relocating from Great Lakes Crossing Outlets. MC Sports closed in 2017 along with the rest of the chain due to their bankruptcy.
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