Lansing Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in Delta Charter Township, Michigan, United States, just outside Lansing, the state capital of Michigan. Opened in July 1969, the mall comprises 830,052 square feet (77,114.4 m2) of gross leasable area, with more than 100 stores and restaurants, as well as a food court. Anchor stores include T.J. Maxx, JCPenney, Macy's, and Younkers. Lansing Mall is managed and owned by General Growth Properties of Chicago, Illinois.
Lansing Mall was built on a site west of the city of Lansing, in Eaton County on M-43 (Saginaw Highway). The mall opened to the public in July 1969.
Lansing Mall was purchased in 1997 by General Growth Properties, who soon embarked on a $30 million renovation of the entire property. The food court was remodeled to include more seating for customers, and new restroom facilities were added. Several new tenants were also added, including Barnes & Noble and Old Navy.
In December 2007, the township board of Delta Charter Township reviewed proposals for the creation of a "downtown district" in the township. Under this plan, Lansing Mall would be renamed Delta Town Center, and redeveloped as an open-air center so that it can more easily serve as a public gathering place for the township's residents.