Hamilton Place is an enclosed, two-story shopping mall in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It was the largest shopping mall in the state of Tennessee when it opened in 1987. The original anchors were Parks-Belk, Hess's, Parisian, Loveman's, Regal Cinemas and Sears.
A JCPenney store was added later, vacating its former location at Eastgate Mall. Proffitt's replaced Loveman's later in 1986 and a second Proffitt's replaced the Hess's in 1992. In 1998, Hamilton Place underwent major interior renovation, and, expanded the food court by 6,000 square feet (557 m2). Currently, Hamilton Place comprises more than 150 stores and restaurants. Current anchor stores include JCPenney, Sears, as well as two locations each for Belk and Dillard's. Regal Cinemas closed in late 2007 and was replaced with a Barnes & Noble that opened on November 12, 2008. Hamilton Place Mall has also announced a $100 million expansion which will include two parking garages, a lifestyle center, and other renovations inside and outside the existing mall. To pay for the expansion, CBL proposes an additional half-percent to 1 percent fee added to any purchase made at the mall or at five other CBL centers within a one-mile radius of Hamilton Place, company officials said. The other locations are Gunbarrel Pointe, Hamilton Corner, Hamilton Crossing, The Shoppes at Hamilton Place and The Terrace.