This shopping mall is located in Woodbridge, VA in the metropolitan region of Washington D.C. It can be found close to Interstate 95, between Prince William Parkway, Smoketown and Telegraph Roads. Potomac Mills was hailed as the top tourist destination in the state in 1993.
This particular mall was the first of its kind in the Mills Corporation’s shopping mall chains. It offers shoppers more than 225 retailers, as well as an 18-screen AMC movie theater. The mall was expanded during 1993 and this added a separate wing which was anchored by JC Penney and Marshalls, as well as a Burlington Coat Factory.
One of its early tenants was Cohoes Fashions which closed during 1987 and the area became an outlet for Woodward & Lothrop. Other tenants that formed part of the original tenant list included Sears, Waccamaw Pottery and Ikea.
The Ikea store was one of the first of the company’s retail stores in America. It became so popular that it was eventually moved to its own building next to the Potomac Mills structure.
At the time, the mall was hailed as one of the largest in the country.
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