McCain Mall

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McCain Mall
Location North Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
Coordinates 34°47′35″N 92°13′36″W / 34.79298°N 92.22670°W / 34.79298; -92.22670Coordinates: 34°47′35″N 92°13′36″W / 34.79298°N 92.22670°W / 34.79298; -92.22670
Opening date April 1973
Developer Melvin Simon & Associates (Simon Property Group)
Management Simon Property Group, Inc.
Owner Simon Property Group, Inc.
No. of stores and services Over 80
No. of anchor tenants 3
No. of floors 2
Website McCain Mall

McCain Mall is the largest enclosed shopping mall by leasable area in the Little Rock metropolitan area, located near Interstate 40 in North Little Rock, Arkansas.[1] The shopping hub was officially dedicated in April 1973, although its primary anchor, Little Rock-based Pfiefer-Blass, had opened for business in late 1972. Among its 80 stores and services were a J.G. McCrory 5 and 10 and McCain Mall Cinema I and II. The shopping center was the largest in the state until an addition was completed as Fort Smith's Central Mall in 1986. McCain Mall is one of two enclosed shopping centers within Central Arkansas, with the other enclosed mall being the larger (by number of stores) Park Plaza Mall, located in Little Rock.

Over its 30+ year history, McCain Mall has never been expanded, although renovations were done in 1992 and again in 2011-2012. The former location of M. M. Cohn was demolished in 2012 for a Regal Entertainment Group movie theater.[2]

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