Rogue Valley Mall

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Rogue Valley Mall
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Coordinates42°20′36″N 122°52′40″W / 42.3433°N 122.8777°W / 42.3433; -122.8777Coordinates: 42°20′36″N 122°52′40″W / 42.3433°N 122.8777°W / 42.3433; -122.8777
Address1600 North Riverside Avenue Medford, Oregon 97501
Opening dateOct. 15, 1986
ManagementJones Lang LaSalle
OwnerBrixton Capital[1]
No. of stores and services100+
No. of anchor tenants4
Total retail floor area640,000 ft² mall [2]
No. of floors2
WebsiteRogue Valley Mall

The Rogue Valley Mall, a regional shopping mall located in Medford, Oregon, is the largest indoor shopping complex between Eugene, Oregon, and Sacramento, California. It is named for Rogue Valley in southwestern Oregon, where it is located adjacent to a Target store and Interstate 5.

The mall houses more than one hundred stores, including Chico's, Aeropostale, American Eagle, and Bath and Body Works. The current anchor stores are Kohl's, JCPenney, Macy's, Macy's Home (on the lower level), Macy's Backstage (on the upper level), and Bed Bath & Beyond (lower level). The food court features ten eateries.[citation needed]


Rogue Valley Mall during Black Friday
Food court at Rogue Valley Mall

The Rogue Valley Mall was built in 1986. Early anchor stores included Mervyn's, Montgomery Wards, JCPenney, and Meier & Frank.[citation needed]

In 2001, the first anchor closed when Montgomery Wards filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Meier & Frank Home Store took tenancy of the vacated lower level, while Copeland Sports occupied the upper level. When Meier & Frank was bought by Federated Department Stores, the stores were rebranded as Macy's and Macy's Home, respectively. In August 2006, Copeland Sports filed for bankruptcy and was bought by Sports Authority, which eventually shut down the store in 2016. After Mervyn's pulled out of Oregon in 2007, the vacant space was bought by Kohl's, leaving JCPenney as the only remaining original anchor.

Linens-N-Things operated a large store between Mervyn's and Macy's Home Store until the company went bankrupt in 2008, after which the space was occupied by Bed Bath & Beyond.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "Portfolio - Brixton Capital". Brixton Capital.
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