Laurel Park Place is an enclosed shopping mall located in the city of Livonia, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. The mall, which is managed by CBL & Associates Properties, features over 70 restaurants and stores, with Parisian and Von Maur as anchor stores. Laurel Park Place also features a Phoenix Theatres movie theater, a Marriott hotel, and an office tower, all of which are connected to the mall itself. In 2004, Laurel Park Place had $409 per sq ft of sales, above the threshold for class A mall properties.
Laurel Park Place was developed by Schostak Bros & Co. of Southfield, Michigan. The mall opened in 1989, featuring a Marriott hotel, an office tower, with Ann Arbor, Michigan-based department store Jacobson's as its anchor store. This store was the largest Jacobson's in the chain.
In 2007, Laurel Park Place was one of three Detroit-area shopping malls to install big-screen televisions throughout the mall, advertising businesses within the mall itself. A food court was added next to the Marriott hotel in 2008.