Park Place (Tucson, Arizona)

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Park Place
ParkPlace mallentrance.jpg
Park Place main entrance
Location5870 East Broadway Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona, United States
Opening dateMay 1975, reopened in 2001.
DeveloperJoseph Kivel
OwnerGeneral Growth Properties, Inc.[1]
No. of stores and services125
No. of anchor tenants3 (2 open, 1 vacant)
Total retail floor area1,100,000 square feet (100,000 m2)
No. of floors1

Park Place is a large indoor shopping mall located on the East Side of Tucson, Arizona, United States.


Park Place was originally dedicated as Park Mall in May 1975,[2] but was renovated beginning in 1998 and renamed Park Place the following year.[3] The mall is named after Sears Park, which was previously located at the same site and included what was originally a standalone Sears store (which first opened in the fall of 1965), which became the current mall’s major anchor (the "Sears Park" linear park site is presently limited to its extreme southern and western portion).[4] In 2015, Sears Holdings spun off 235 of its properties, including the Sears at Park Place, into Sertiage Growth Properties.[5] The Sears store later closed in 2018 as part of the company's ongoing financial woes, and is set to be replaced by a Round1 in 2019.[6] The electric substation on the premises is named Sears Substation because it was there a decade before the mall was built. From 1970 to 1996 the owner was the mall’s original developer, Joseph Kivel.


The 1,100,000-square-foot (100,000 m2),[7] $100 million renovation, completed in 2001, was recognized that year as a Reader's Pick for Best Contemporary Architecture in Tucson Weekly's Best of Tucson awards.[8]

The mall features three anchor stores, a food court, a Southwest-themed children's play area, and a cineplex with 20 screens. A number of full-service restaurants are also located on site.


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  2. ^ "Two malls part of Kivel's legacy".
  3. ^ "Park Mall floor to hide time capsule until 2040".
  4. ^ "Google Maps". Google Maps.
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  6. ^ Foster, Bud. "Sears to be replaced by Round1, an entertainment venue". KOLD-TV. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
  7. ^ "General Growth Properties Announces 16% Increase in Funds From Operations For Third Quarter 2001". Financial Releases. General Growth Properties. 2001-10-30. Archived from the original on 2007-02-23. Retrieved 2007-04-14.
  8. ^ "Best Contemporary Architecture: Readers' Pick". Best of Tucson 2001. Tucson Weekly. 2001. Retrieved 2007-04-14.

Coordinates: 32°13′10″N 110°51′56″W / 32.2195°N 110.8655°W / 32.2195; -110.8655