Mesa Mall

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Mesa Mall
Location Grand Junction, Colorado
Coordinates 39°05′32″N 108°36′09″W / 39.09227°N 108.60239°W / 39.09227; -108.60239Coordinates: 39°05′32″N 108°36′09″W / 39.09227°N 108.60239°W / 39.09227; -108.60239
Address 2424 US Highway 6 and 50 Grand Junction, Colorado 81505
Opening date 1980
Developer The Hahn Company
Owner WP Glimcher
No. of stores and services 120+
No. of anchor tenants 6
Total retail floor area 836,721 sq ft (77,733.9 m2).
No. of floors 1
Website Mesa Mall

Mesa Mall is the Western Slope's largest indoor shopping center,[1] serving western Colorado and eastern Utah and the largest regional shopping center between Salt Lake City, Utah and Denver. Mesa Mall dominates a service area of over 250 miles (400 km) in any direction. Located in Grand Junction, Colorado, the mall is located on US highway 6 and US Highway 50 (along with I-70 Business Loop). Managed by WP Glimcher, the mall has five department stores anchors and over 110 retailers.

Mesa Mall was acquired by Macerich in 1997 in a joint venture purchase of 12 regional malls owned by the International Business Machine Corp.'s pension fund. The price was $974.5 million, including the assumption of $485 million of debt. Sales per square foot for the malls were heading for over $260 for 1997 with an occupancy at about 89%.[2]

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  1. ^ Laine, Don; Barbara Laine; Eric Peterson (2007). Frommer's Colorado. Wiley Publishing. p. 348. ISBN 978-0-470-06857-1. 
  2. ^ "Simon-Macerich buy 12 IBM malls". Retrieved 2009-01-25. 

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