Oxford Exchange

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For the restaurant in Tampa, Florida see Oxford Exchange (restaurant)

Coordinates: 33°36′33.75″N 85°47′4.01″W / 33.6093750°N 85.7844472°W / 33.6093750; -85.7844472

Oxford Exchange
Location Oxford, Alabama, USA
Opening date 2006
No. of stores and services 32
No. of anchor tenants 11
No. of floors 1

The Oxford Exchange is a strip mall located in Oxford, Alabama. The center has more than 32 stores and restaurants. It opened in July 2006.

Sam's Club controversy[edit]

The possible construction of a Sam's Club led to a major controversy in 2009 for many in the area—and around the U.S. and the world—because dirt for the site of the hoped-for store was being taken by a city-directed, non-governmental development company from a hill crested by a 1,500-year-old Native American mound.[1]

New Publix store[edit]

It was announced that there will be a Publix supermarket built across from the Exchange on Leon Smith Parkway.

Publix opened in Spring of 2013.

Anchors and junior anchors[edit]