New Harbour Mall

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New Harbour Mall
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LocationFall River, Massachusetts, United States
Coordinates41°40′20″N 71°09′27″W / 41.6722°N 71.1575°W / 41.6722; -71.1575Coordinates: 41°40′20″N 71°09′27″W / 41.6722°N 71.1575°W / 41.6722; -71.1575
Opening date1971
Closing dateJanuary 2, 2016
OwnerCEA Group
No. of stores and services30
No. of anchor tenants2
Total retail floor area377,000 square feet
No. of floors1

New Harbour Mall was an enclosed shopping mall located in Fall River, Massachusetts, United States, at the intersection of Route 24 and Route 81. Opened in 1971, the mall was noted for having once been the only shopping center in the United States to feature rival department store chains Kmart and Walmart as its anchor stores until 2013.[1][2]

The mall closed its doors Jan 2, 2016 to undergo a $50 Million renovation by new owners CEA Group. It has been renamed SouthCoast Marketplace.[3]


Harbour Mall opened in 1971 with discounters Bradlees and Grant City (the discount division of W.T. Grant) as its anchor stores,[4] the latter of which was converted to Kmart following the 1976 closure of the Grant City chain. Except for the addition of a movie theater in 1984, Harbour Mall remained largely unchanged until a 1993 renovation which added skylights, new entrance canopies, and re-designing of the common mall areas.[5]

The mall's movie theaters closed in September 2007.[6][7]


  1. ^ Parker, Paul Edward (2001-05-25). "Kmart, Wal-Mart Anchor New Fall River, Mass., Mall". Providence Journal. Retrieved 2007-12-21.
  2. ^ Fasig, Lisa Biank (2002-06-18). "Wal-Mart, Kmart Vie for Customers in the Same Fall River, Mass., Mall". Providence Journal. Retrieved 2007-12-21.
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  4. ^ Grimaldi, Paul (2007-04-28). "New Harbour Mall Cinema 8 bought". Providence Journal. Retrieved 2007-12-21.
  5. ^ "Westchester firms launch $1M mall revitalization". Real Estate Weekly. 1993-01-20. Retrieved 2007-12-21.
  6. ^ "New Harbour Mall Cinemas". Retrieved 2007-12-21.
  7. ^ Allard, Deborah (2007-09-18). "The End". The Herald News. Archived from the original on 2008-12-28. Retrieved 2007-12-21.