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West Court ceiing

West Court ceiing

Southland Center in Taylor, MI was opened in 1970. The mall was designed by Victor Gruen for the Dayton-Hudson Corporation (now Target).

The mall was originally anchored by a Hudson's department store. Later in the 1970s JCPenney was added. Mervyn's (now demolished for a new CineMark muliti-plex) and a Target (on an out-parcel) were added in the late 1980s. In the early 1990s a food court with a massive atrium was added. Hudson's later re-branded as Marshall Field's and again as Macy's in the 2000s. In 2006 Mervyn's left Michigan and Best Buy replaced the food court. Much of the food court was demolished for Best Buy but the atrium still exists in the middle of the store.

Since Dayton-Hudson sold off their properties and department stores, this mall is now owned by Rouse Properties. As of 2016, the mall recently got an H&M store and a CineMark cinema multiplex is being built on the old Mervyn's site. The CineMark looks like it is being built in the "NextGen" design and should be open later in 2016. I did notice a couple minor vacancies but they didn't appear like they were empty for too long. Overall, this mall seems to be doing pretty well.

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Photo prise @ Taylor le 9 janvier 2016 (© Nicholas Eckhart / Flickr)

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