Owings Mills Mall - Owings Mills
Owings Mills Mall was a large shopping mall that once hosted 155 stores and eateries, in the Baltimore County, Maryland, community of Owings Mills that is owned and managed by Kimco Realty. While its main entrance is off Red Run Boulevard between Painters Mill Road and Owings Mills Boulevard, the mall is also accessible from the exit ramps of I-795. It was originally known as Owings Mills Town Center, but a new nearby development in the vicinity has now been given that name. The mall is scheduled for demolition and redevelopment into a lifestyle center similar to that of Hunt Valley Towne Centre and The Avenue at White Marsh, though the movie theater and some anchor-store spaces will remain.
The mall's final anchor store was JC Penney, which closed its doors on April 8, 2016. Previous anchors were Macy's, Boscov's,Lord & Taylor,[Saks Fifth Avenue,and Sears.IFL (International Furniture Liquidators) was temporarily located in the space vacated by Lord & Taylor. Sticks 'n Stuff, a furniture retailer, was temporarily located in the space vacated by Sears until 2004. The mall experienced the closure of several national stores, leaving many vacancies in this once upscale mall.