The South Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in Salisbury Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania in the United States, immediately outside of the city of Allentown.
The mall is located on Lehigh Street, just south of Interstate 78 exit 57, near Allentown's southern border with Salisbury Township and Emmaus.
Originally the location of Hess's South, a satellite location of the Hess's downtown Allentown store, the center was expanded in 1975 into an enclosed shopping center although the anchor stores opened a year earlier. The mall underwent renovation in 1992. Its current anchor store is Bon-Ton.
After the move of Gold's Gym up Lehigh Street from the mall, in August 2011 Ross Dress for Less signed a lease for 27,000 square feet of vacant space at that end. The store opened on October 6, 2012.
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... Crossing through the plaza is the South Mall Arterial, a short highway artery connecting to the Dunn Memorial Bridge ... traveling underneath Washington Park, meeting with the South Mall Expressway in the process, and continuing on to the New York State Thruway at Exit 23 ... The current South Mall Arterial ends abruptly in a loop at Swan Street, with both eastbound and westbound lanes using the two outer portals of the four portal tunnel ...
... Hess's South (1974-1994, replaced by The Bon-Ton) Jamesway (1986-1995, replaced by Stein Mart) Steve Barry's (2003-2009, replaced by Black Rose Antiques Collectibles) Phar-Mor (1991-2002 ...
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