Treasure Coast Square
|Location||Jensen Beach, Florida|
|Management||Simon Property Group|
|Owner||Simon Property Group|
|No. of stores and services||120+|
|No. of anchor tenants||4|
|No. of floors||1|
Treasure Coast Square is a shopping mall in Jensen Beach, Florida, United States. It comprises more than 120 stores, including anchor stores Dillard's, JCPenney, Macy's and Sears, as well as a food court and Regal 16-screen movie theater. The mall is managed by Simon Property Group, and opened in 1987.
Expansion and future plans
The mall has undergone a number of expansions since it opened. These include buildings on the other side of Mall Circle, including Martin Memorial, Kohl's, American Top Team, and Firestone, as well as a row of outparcels, including Calico Corners, Men's Wearhouse, Panera Bread, Play N Trade, Casual Male XL (now vacant), Agler Tile Carpet & Interiors, Mattress Firm Clearance Center, Stanton Optical, Vapor Shark, Taco Bell, The Vitamin Shoppe, Mattress Firm, FedEx, Rooms To Go, Chili's, Chase Bank, Havertys, Pier 1 Imports, Red Lobster, and McDonald's. Shopping centers on the other side of US 1 include a row of three stores (The Sports Authority (now vacant), OfficeMax, and Barnes & Noble) and Marketplace Square, a strip mall anchored by Hobby Lobby (previously a row of two stores [99¢ Stuff and Office Depot]), Dollar Tree (previously Bealls), Spirit Halloween (previously Marshalls, having relocated to Pineapple Commons in the former Linens n' Things space; the Spirit Halloween is currently vacant), Dockside Imports (now Halloween Express), Buffalo Wild Wings, and Mikata Buffet (previously T.G.I. Friday's).
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