A large indoor shopping mall located on the East Side of Tucson, Arizona, USA.The mall is named after Sears Park, which was previously located at the same site and included the Sears store, the current mall's major anchor. The 1,100,000-square-foot (102,000 m2), $100 million renovation, completed in 2001, was recognized that year as a Reader's Pick for Best Contemporary Architecture in Tucson Weekly's Best of Tucson awards.
The mall features three anchor stores, a food court, a Southwest-themed children's play area, and a cineplex with 20 screens. A number of full-service restaurants are also located on site.
Anchors & Majors:
Borders Books & Music (26,878 sq ft.), Century Theatres (73,280 sq ft.), Dillard's (second location) (200,000 sq ft.), Macy's (160,000 sq ft.), Old Navy (22,958 sq ft.), Sears (221,457 sq ft.)
Park Place originally opened as Park Mall circa 1970, but was renovated beginning in 1998 to appeal to the upscale consumer, and renamed Park Place at that time. The mall is named after Sears Park, which was previously located at the same site and included the Sears store, the current mall's major anchor. The electric substation on the premises is named Sears Substation because it was there long before the mall was built. From 1995 to 1996 the owner was Alvin Kivel.