Georgia Square Mall, located in Athens, Georgia, is a super-regional shopping mall in northeastern Georgia whose clientele includes students attending University of Georgia, the major university in the state and the nation's oldest public university (founded in 1785).
In recent years, the retro design features have been tamed to more contemporary designs. In 2007, the mall began a renovation to the exterior entrances in the rear as well as an updated look on the interior. However, even with 2 overhauls, the mall is much like it was when it opened. The mall also has never lost an anchor. The only anchor change was in the name of Davison's. Davison's was converted to Macy's in 1986, Rich's in 1998, Rich's-Macy's in 2003 and back to Macy's in 2005.
Belk (127,381 sq ft.)
JCPenney (97,550 sq ft.)
Macy's (115,623 sq ft.) (former Davison's)
Sears(91,000 sq ft.)
The mall is managed by CBL & Associates Properties, which operates several malls throughout the country. It has the usual variety of mall stores and services.