South County Center

St Louis, United States

South County Center

South County Center is a shopping mall located in Mehlville, Missouri, at the intersection between Interstate 55, Interstate 255, and U.S. Route 50. It opened on October 17, 1963 and was designed by Victor Gruen. it included a dome-roofed Famous-Barr, which became Macy's in 2006, a National Supermarket occupying the basement floor, which closed in 1973, and later JCPenney as anchors. Stix, Baer & Fuller, (which became Dillard's in 1984), was added in 1973 along with a new wing of stores. A Sears, a food court, and additional mall stores were added in 2001. In 2004, Several stores and restaurants were added that could be accessed from outside the mall including Qdoba, Applebee's (closed in 2015; replaced by DXL in 2016), Noodle's and Company, and Border's ( closed in 2011; replaced by Vintage Stock in 2012). The anchor stores are Macy's, Round 1 Entertainment, Dillard's, JCPenney, DXL Men's Apparel, and Vintage Stock.

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