River Roads Mall
River Roads Mall was an enclosed shopping mall in the city of Jennings, a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri, Opened in 1962, It was one of the nation's first shopping malls
The mall opened back in 1962, Originally the mall featured the St. Louis based, Stix, Baer and Fuller as its main anchor store, as well as a Kroger Supermarket and a Woolworth dime store and a Walgreen's operated a store in the mall as well, a 1970's expansion brought JCPenney as a second anchor store, Dillard's bought the Stix, Baer & Fuller chain back in 1984, converted all the Stix, Baer and Fuller stores to the Dillard's store, However River Roads mall was closed not long afterward back in 1986 at the end of lease, JCPenney converted all the stores back in 1984 to a JCPenney Outlet Store, Woolworth closed back in early 1991, during one of the earliest rounds of store closures, By the 1990's, The mall was rebriefly renamed St. Louis Consumer Center.
River Roads Mall's Kroger converted all the Kroger Stores of Food for Less after Kroger pulled all of the market back in 1986, Food for Less was the last operating store, The mall was closed back in 1995, In 2006, The mall was demolished, and Food for less was closed back in 2009, and the entire mall was demolished back in 2011.
|Standard industrial classification code:||5311|
|Estimated number of employees:||1000|
|Annual sales estimate:||14|
|City / suburb:||Jennings, MO|
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