Mall at Barnes Crossing is a regional shopping mall located northeast of downtown Tupelo, Mississippi. It is managed and patrtially owned by David Hocker & Associates and is home to over 97 specialty shops, 5 anchor store tenants, an 8-screen Cinemark movie theater, and a 600-seat food court. Anchor stores include two Belk locations, as well as JCPenney, Sears, Barnes & Noble and Dick's Sporting Goods.
Mall at Barnes Crossing opened in 1990 as the third mall in the Tupelo area. Original anchor stores included Kmart, Parisian and McRae's, along with JCPenney and Sears. Kmart closed in the mid 1990s, and McRae's later opened a secondary store in the former Kmart. Both of the McRae's stores were rebranded as Belk when that chain acquired both of the McRae's locations in 2005. Belk also acquired the Parisian chain in 2007, and as a result, the former Parisian at the mall was then closed and became Dick's Sporting Goods in 2008.
David Hocker & Associates also manages an outdoor strip shopping center called Market Center to the east of the mall, between two major entrances. The center consists of anchors Old Navy and Shoe Carnival. Another outdoor strip shopping center called Barnes Crossing Plaza lies north of the mall, including anchors Toys "R" Us, OfficeMax, TJMaxx, and Hobby Lobby.