|Address||3501 N. Granville Ave.|
|Developer||Melvin Simon & Associates|
|No. of stores and services||70|
|No. of anchor tenants||4|
|Total retail floor area||636,000 square feet|
|No. of floors||2 in Carson's, 1 in Sears, JCPenney and Macy's|
Muncie Mall opened in 1970 with Britt's, W. T. Grant, and Sears as its anchor stores. Other major tenants upon opening included a National Tea supermarket and Osco Drug. Britt's and Grant's later became L. S. Ayres and J. C. Penney, respectively. Another major tenant was Ball Stores, which later became Elder-Beerman. In 1997, after L.S. Ayres vacated the central anchor spot for a new store in the mall, the former Ayres building became a new Elder-Beerman store. Elder-Beerman continued to operate a home goods store within the former Ball Stores. L.S. Ayres' newer store became Macy's in 2006. Books-A-Million opened its fourth Indiana store at the mall in 2006. Old Navy, which replaced the Elder-Beerman home store, closed in 2010. Elder-Beerman became Carson's in 2012.
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