412 W. 14 Mile Road, Troy, MI 48083
|Location||Troy, Michigan, U.S.|
|No. of stores and services||120|
|No. of anchor tenants||4|
|Total retail floor area||1,500,000 square feet (140,000 m2)|
|No. of floors||1-2 (4 in Macy's)|
Oakland Mall is an enclosed super-regional shopping mall located in the city of Troy, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. It is located in the northwest corner of the intersection of 14 Mile and John R. roads, adjacent to Interstate 75 (Chrysler Freeway). The mall features about 120 stores, including a food court, plus several big box stores on the periphery. The mall has 1,500,000 square feet (140,000 m2). The anchor stores are Macy's, JCPenney, Sears, and At Home.
The first store to open at the site of the Oakland Mall was Sears, which opened in 1965. In 1968, the mall itself opened, featuring Hudson's as another anchor. Also included was an S. S. Kresge dime store. In 1979 an expansion added a two story wing anchored by JCPenney.
Borders Books & Music opened in 1999. The store, formerly a Winkleman's clothing store, was the first Borders to be located in a mall in Michigan. The movie theaters were closed in 2000 and were later converted to Steve & Barry's, which itself closed in early 2009. Hudson's was converted to Marshall Field's in 2001. In 2004, Lord & Taylor was proposed to become the mall's fourth department store; however, the store never materialized. September 2006 saw the conversion of Marshall Field's (and other May Co. nameplates) to the Macy's name. Borders closed in 2011 due to the chain's bankruptcy. In 2013, Forever 21 moved from its existing location in the Sears wing to the former Borders. In late 2014, the Gibraltar Furniture and Rug store in the former Steve & Barry's closed. In this area a new Dick's Sporting Goods was moved from the across the street shopping center to the mall, which opened in fall 2015. H&M opened a 20k square foot store in the Macy's wing, in spaces formerly occupied by Finish Line, The Limited, and Lane Bryant. Field & Stream opened northwest of JCPenney in March 2015. In 2017, in an effort similar to Macomb Mall's Sears, Oakland Mall split off a section of its Sears to become an At Home. However, unlike Macomb Mall, Sears remains open.
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- Oakland Mall asks to add Lord & Taylor (brief article)
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