Southern Park Mall
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The Southern Park Mall is a shopping mall in Boardman, Ohio. It was owned by the Edward J. DeBartolo Corporation when it opened in 1970, and is now owned by WP Glimcher. The mall, which is the largest shopping destination in Mahoning County, has 1,198,000 square feet (111,300 m2) of space.
The location occupied by Macy's was occupied by Strouss, then Kaufmann's. Horne's was the central anchor until 1992 when the building was sold to Higbee's. Higbee's was then sold to Dillard's the same year.
Southern Park underwent an extensive renovation in 1997, shortly after the DeBartolo Corporation merged with Simon Property Group. Simon has spent $19 million to make improvements to the interiors, and added a food court and a movie theater, although the theater is not directly attached to the mall. Jillian's, which replaced a Woolworth, was a tenant from 1999 to 2011.
- Dillard's 187,560 square feet (17,425 m2)
- JCPenney 262,000 square feet (24,341 m2)
- Macy's 186,980 square feet (17,371 m2)
- Sears 175,600 square feet (16,314 m2)
Situated on the eastern edge of the mall's property is Tinseltown USA, a 7-screen cinema operated by the movie theater conglomerate Cinemark. The theater opened during the mall's renovation period of 1996-1997. The largest of the screens seats 470 patrons, while the two smallest seat over 200. Two of the screens (including the 470 seat house, the other seats 281) feature a wrap-around, concave design so that the screen fills more of the viewer's field of vision.
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