Burlington Center Mall is a two-level enclosed shopping mall located in Burlington Township, New Jersey, opened in August 1982. It was built by The Rouse Company of Columbia, Maryland. The mall has a Gross leasable area of 670,000 ft².
The mall's three anchor stores are J.C. Penney, Sears and Macy's. It is managed by Jager Management.
The opening of the Burlington County Mall in 1982 on the formerly rural corridor along County Route 541, has been credited as the trigger of a development boom on the stretch between Burlington Township and Mount Holly Township.
JCPenney opened a 103,000-square-foot (9,600 m2) store in August 1996 as an addition to the existing Strawbridge's and Sears stores.
Strawbridge's, a long time anchor at the mall, was converted to a Macy's store as of September 9, 2006, as part of a plan by Macy's Inc to consolidate the several nameplates it operated.
The mall was closed early on January 13, 2007, due to gang-related violence that may have involved 20 individuals connected with the Bloods and the Next Level Gang (considered a stepping stone to the Crips).