Towne Mall

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East Towne Mall - Present
... The mall now comprises over 100 shops and services, a food court, with about a dozen eateries, and a small format Barnes Noble store adjacent to the food court ... From the mall's opening until around 2003, the mall also had a six-screen movie theater, which from the middle of the 1980s to about 2003 was called Budget Cinemas ... It closed in 2003 because Budget Cinemas Mall Wing Entrance and other stores near the entrance were bought by Steve Barry's, with the mall entrance turned into the entrance for Steve Barry's ...
East Towne Mall - History
... The mall opened for business October 14, 1971 with a small ribbon cutting ceremony, a year after West Towne Mall, on the west side of Madison ... At the time it was constructed, East Towne was Madison's largest enclosed mall, and had four large anchor stores, Sears, J ... The mall was developed by Jacobs, Visconsi, and Jacobs Company of Cleveland, Ohio ...
Moline, Illinois - Neighborhoods
... Olde Towne Olde Towne is bounded to the west by Rock Island, to the east by 12th Street, to the north by 12th Avenue, and to the south by 19th Avenue ... Olde Towne was the traditional home of Moline's large Belgian population ... Uptown East of Olde Towne is a very similar neighborhood, though not traditionally as Belgian but rather German and Irish, called Uptown ...

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