The Concord Mall is a shopping mall located north of the city of Wilmington, Delaware, in the unincorporated Brandywine Hundred area along U.S. Route 202. The mall is located a short distance south of the Pennsylvania border and it attracts shoppers from Pennsylvania and other neighboring states wishing to take advantage of tax-free shopping in Delaware.
The mall opened in stages over a period of several years. The first of the mall was an Almart, a now-defunct discounter, which opened in 1965. In 1971, a Pomeroy's (now-defunct department store chain) was added. The Almart later became a Jefferson Ward (Montgomery Ward-owned discounter), and was then a Bradlees for a brief time until it was demolished for a Sears. It contains over 90 stores and is owned by Allied Properties.
Boscov's - 186,000 sq ft (17,300 m2). (Opened 1971 as Pomeroy's, closed 1986 and became Boscov's)
Macy's - 153,000 sq ft (14,200 m2). (Opened 1983 as Strawbridge & Clothier, a relocated store from their nearby Merchandise Mart location, converted to Macy's 2006)
Macy's Home - 56,000 sq ft (5,200 m2). (Opened 1994 as Strawbridge & Clothier Home Furnishings, converted to Macy's Home 2006)
Sears - 173,000 sq ft (16,100 m2). (Opened 1992 on site of demolished Bradlees)
Concord Mall looking south from Boscov's.
Ann Taylor Loft
American Eagle Outfitters
Barnes & Noble