|Location||Lopatcong Township / Pohatcong Township, New Jersey, United States|
|Owner||Mason Asset Management|
|No. of stores and services||102|
|No. of anchor tenants||4: Kohl's, The Bon Ton, Sears and Black Rose Antiques & Collectibles|
|Total retail floor area||578,925 square feet (53,783.9 m2)|
|No. of floors||1|
Phillipsburg Mall is an indoor shopping mall located along U.S. Route 22. Despite its name, the mall is actually located on the border of Lopatcong Township and Pohatcong Township in Warren County, New Jersey, United States, just east of Phillipsburg. It is located on the eastern edge of the Lehigh Valley, the metropolitan area of Allentown, Pennsylvania. The mall features The Bon-Ton, Kohl's, Sears, and Black Rose Antiques & Collectibles as its anchor stores.
Crown American first announced Phillipsburg Mall in 1985. The original anchor stores chosen were Bradlees, Sears, and Hess's, then a subsidiary of Crown American. As Bradlees was undergoing store closings at the time, Crown American instead chose to make that anchor space a Kmart. Upon opening in 1989, the mall had Kmart, Hess's (the first location in New Jersey), Sears, and J. C. Penney. The Hess's store was sold to The Bon-Ton in 1994. Gap opened both Gap and Old Navy stores at the mall in 1999. In 2001, Swedish clothing retailer H&M opened its 24th American location at Phillipsburg Mall. Kmart closed its store at Phillipsburg Mall in 2002 as part of bankruptcy proceedings; one year later, the space was sold to Kohl's.
PREIT, who acquired the Crown American portfolio in 2003, sold the mall to Mason Asset Management for $11.5 million in 2013. On January 15, 2014, it was announced that the J. C. Penney store would be closing as part of a plan to close 33 locations nationwide. In addition to this anchor, many stores left the mall in 2013 and 2014, including American Eagle Outfitters, Aéropostale, f.y.e., Gap, PacSun, Christopher & Banks, Deb Shops, and Littman Jewelers.
As those stores were closing, other new shops began to open. An Antique shop called Black Rose Antiques & Collectibles began to occupy the former JCPenney space. The store opened on January 1, 2017. Meanwhile, a record store called Spin Me Round Records opened near the former JCPenney space, and also around this time, a Gold's Gym opened in the space once occupied by Hot Topic and several restaurants.
- Kohl's (Opened 2003)
- Sears (Opened 1989)
- The Bon Ton (Opened 1994)
- Black Rose Antiques & Collectibles (Opened 2017)
- Hess's (1989-1994) (Now Bon-Ton)
- JCPenney (1989-2013) (Now Black Rose Antiques & Collectibles)
- Kmart (1989-2002) (Now Kohl's)
- "Phillipsburg Mall Fact Sheet" (PDF). PREIT. Retrieved 2010-10-17.
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