Hickory Hollow Mall is a regional indoor shopping mall in Antioch, Tennessee, a neighborhood of Nashville. The mall was built in 1978. In 1982, a JCPenney and several other stores were added. Another expansion project in 1991 resulted in a new building for Dillard's, with a mall expansion built upon the former Dillard's location. The two-level mall is built in a cross pattern, with four wings situated around a central hub. A Food Court is situated between the Sears and former JCPenney wings.
JC Penney left the mall in 2006. It was replaced with Steve & Barry's, which closed due to bankruptcy in 2009. Dillard's closed its Hickory Hollow store in August 2008. General economic decline and competition from newer nearby shopping centers in Mt. Juliet, Smyrna, and Murfreesboro (all of which were considered part of Hickory Hollow's trading area) are all speculated as factors that have resulted in a drop in retailers and per-square-foot sales.
Macy's (replaced Hecht's, 2006)
Sears (opened with mall, 1978)
Cain-Sloan (became Dillard's 1987; original store remodeled 1991 into mall space connecting to newly-constructed Dillard's location)
Castner Knott (sold to Dillard's, then immediately resold to become Proffitt's, 1998)
Dillard's (closed August 2008)
Proffitt's (became Hecht's 2001)
Hecht's (became Macy's 2006)
JC Penney (built 1982, moved to Providence MarketPlace in Mt. Juliet, 2006)
Steve & Barry's (opened 2006; closed 2009)