Rimrock Mall

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Rimrock Mall
Location Billings, MT, USA
Coordinates 45°45′55″N 108°34′39″W / 45.7652°N 108.5776°W / 45.7652; -108.5776
Address 300 S 24th St W, Billings, MT 59102
Opening date September 11, 1975
Developer The Hahn Company
Management Starwood Capital Group
No. of stores and services 90+
Total retail floor area 620,979 square feet (57,690.8 m2)[1]
Website Rimrock Mall Website

Rimrock Mall is a shopping mall located in Billings, Montana. It is managed by Starwood Capital Group. Rimrock Mall is Montana's largest and most successful mall. A fast-growing tourist trade and the lack of a state sales tax further add to the sales success of the property. The center is one mile (1.6 km) from Interstate 90 in the rapidly growing sector of Billings on 24th Street West. The mall has a unique anchor history in that Dillard's has over time occupied 3 of 4 anchor locations (former Hennessey's, and now former Ward's and The Denver/J.C.Penney), J.C.Penney has occupied 2 of 4 anchor locations (former The Denver, and now former Hennessey's/Dillard's), and just recently, Herberger's relocated to a vacant space adjacent to Dillard's Men's & Children formerly occupied by Scheels, who in turn relocated to a two-story 220,000 sq ft. space at Shiloh Crossing in 2014.

Coordinates: 45°45′55″N 108°34′39″W / 45.7652°N 108.5776°W / 45.7652; -108.5776 The current anchors are Dillard's, Herberger's, JCPenney, and H&M. Neighboring freestanding locations include a 10-screen movie theater multiplex managed by Carmike Cinemas, a now-vacant 105,000 sq ft. building that originally opened as a Kmart in 1970, and a shopping center anchored by Target (which opened in 1981) and T.J. Maxx to the north of J.C. Penney.


Former Anchors[edit]

  • Hennessy's (opened 1976, became Dillard's in 2002)
  • Herberger's (opened 1976, 53,317 sq ft.)
  • Dillard's (moved from former Hennessey's store to former J.C. Penney store in 2005)
  • Montgomery Ward (opened 1976, became Dillard's in 2005)
  • The Denver Dry Goods Company (closed 1981, replaced by J.C. Penney from downtown Billings in 1982)
  • J.C. Penney (moved from former The Denver store to former Hennessey's/Dillards space in 2005)
  • Scheels All Sports (closed in late 2014 to relocate to Shiloh Crossing, 40,000 sq ft.)


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