|Location||Houston, TX, US|
|Address||400 Northline Mall|
|Developer||Berenson Associates Inc.|
|Architect||Berenson Associates Inc.|
|No. of anchor tenants||3|
|No. of floors||1|
Northline Mall was a shopping mall located in the Northline area of Houston, Texas, United States, at the northeast corner of Interstate 45, and Crosstimbers Road. It is the new location of Northline Commons.
Beginning in the 2000s Northline Mall was redeveloped from a traditional mall to an 850,000-square-foot (79,000 m2) open air "power center" consisting of "big box" retail and general merchandise stores. Eastbourne Investments, a New York City real estate fund, bought a 50 percent equity stake in Northline on December 31. 2004. Berenson hired Fidelis Realty Partners, a firm in Houston, to redevelop the mall and repopulate it with tenants.
Wal-Mart Stores purchased 19 acres (77,000 m2) from the owners for a Supercenter, which is at Crosstimbers and Fulton, adjacent to new multitenant retail buildings. Houston Community College also acquired land for a new campus on about 14 acres (57,000 m2) along the Fulton side of the property.
- Joske's (closed 1987 after Dillard's buyout, demolished, became Magic Johnson Theaters)
- Montgomery Ward (closed 2001)
- S.S. Kresge
- Magic Johnson Theaters
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- Sarnoff, Nancy. "Northline Commons heralds a change of pace for old mall". Houston Chronicle. June 23, 2007. Retrieved on January 31, 2009. .