Fashion Square

Fashion Square or Fashion Square Mall may refer to any of the following shopping malls in the United States:

  • Charlottesville Fashion Square in Charlottesville, Virginia
  • Fashion Square Mall in Saginaw, Michigan
  • Orlando Fashion Square in Orlando, Florida
  • Scottsdale Fashion Square in Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Westfield Fashion Square, formerly Sherman Oaks Fashion Square, in Sherman Oaks, California

Other articles related to "fashion, fashion square, fashion squares, square":

Del Amo Fashion Center - History
... Del Amo Fashion Center has evolved from an amalgamation of several developments on the eastern side of the intersection of Hawthorne Boulevard and Carson Street in Torrance, California by ... center it had developed across Carson Street called Fashion Square (Bullock's developed several similarly named Fashion Squares, including ones in Sherman ... Magnin, an affiliate of Bullock's opened a store in 1967 at Fashion Square, before the center was acquired in 1971 by Guilford Glazer and a major redevelopment begun ...
Los Arcos Mall - Decline
... The first sign of decline came in 1979 when the 1,000,000-square-foot (93,000 m2) plus Fiesta Mall opened in Mesa with four major department stores ... During the 1980s and 1990s, Scottsdale Fashion Square, which is only three miles to the north of the Los Arcos site, went through several expansions and ... Express, and Structure, retailers began to open their stores more and more at Scottsdale Fashion Square ...
Fashion Square Mall
... Fashion Square Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in the northern edge of Saginaw Charter Township, Michigan ... within the boundaries of M-84 (Bay Road) to the west, Tittabawassee Road to the north, Fashion Square Blvd ... CBL Associates Properties manages Fashion Square Mall ...

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