Valley River Center
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|Opening date||August 4, 1969 |
|Management||The Macerich Company|
|Owner||The Macerich Company|
|No. of stores and services||130 |
|No. of anchor tenants||4|
|Total retail floor area||835,000 ft² mall |
|No. of floors||2 Main Level & Mezzanine Level|
Valley River Center is a super-regional-class shopping mall located in Eugene, Oregon, U.S. It is the largest shopping center between Portland and Sacramento. The mall features 130 local and national stores and restaurants.
Located on the banks of the Willamette River, the mall is easily accessible by bike and walking paths. Also located near the mall is the Valley River Inn.
- J. C. Penney (206,365 ft²; opened Winter 1970)
- Macy's (181,127 ft²; opened Summer 1969 as Meier & Frank, renamed 2006)
- Regal Cinemas (88,014 ft²; opened Spring, 2007)
- Sports Authority (52,000 ft²; opened 2007)
- Meier & Frank (1969-2006)
- Roos-Atkins (1969-1978)
- Troutman's Emporium (1975-2003) (now H&M and Hollister Co.)
- Montgomery Ward (1975-2001) (demolished for Regal Cinemas in 2005)
- Lipmans (1975-1979)
- Frederick and Nelson (1979-1987)
- The Crescent (1987-1988)
- Lamonts (1988-1996)
- Copeland Sports (1997-2006)
- Sports Authority (2007–present)
- The Bon Marché (1990-2003)
- Bon-Macy's (2003-2005)
- Macy's (2005-2006)
- Gottschalks (2006-2009)
In popular culture
In 1979 parts of the movie How to Beat the High Co$t of Living were filmed here.
- Macerich - Center Details
- Colton, Sandra (May 19, 2000). "Entice family, visitors with nearby shopping". Oregon Daily Emerald. Retrieved 2008-01-07.
- Mosley, Joe (January 13, 2006). "Eugene mall goes for $187.5 million". The Register-Guard. Retrieved 2008-01-07.
- Valley River Center - Official website
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