Northway Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in Ross Township, north of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Currently, the mall features over 30 shops, with Borders Books & Music, Dick's Sporting Goods, Marshalls,and PetSmart, as its anchor stores.
In 1996, the mall was renovated by McNeil Real Estate of Dallas, Texas, which owned the center at the time. It was then sold to the Archon Group (also of Dallas), who put the mall up for sale again in 2000. At the time, the mall was at 94% occupancy. Since then, occupancy has declined once more, and plans have been announced to convert the mall's enclosed upper level to a strip center. Under this plan, the mall will be renamed The Shops at Northway, and the movie theaters will close. This constructon eliminated the movie theater since a whole wall was knocked down. New tenants have also been announced for the planned Shops at Northway, including a shoe store and a family play center.