Tucson Mall is the largest shopping mall in Tucson, Arizona. Tucson Mall features over 200 stores and two levels of indoor shopping (total retail floor area -1.3 million square feet).
The mall is owned and managed by General Growth Properties. It is anchored by Forever 21, J. C. Penney, Macy's (formerly Foley's and Robinsons-May), Dillard's, and Sears.
Anchors and majors: Dillard's (187,742 sq ft.), Forever 21 (approx. 80,000 sq ft., formerly Mervyn's), J. C. Penney (131,616 sq ft.), Macy's (139,078 sq ft., formerly occupied in a 135,000 sq ft (12,500 m2) originally Broadway Southwest. New location originally Walgreen's; southern half later became Foley's in 1983 after northern half demolished; consolidated with Robinsons-May in 1993; changed to Macy's in 2005
Old Navy (19,996 sq ft.), Sears (182,022 sq ft.).
Former Anchors: Diamond's sold to Dillard's 1984. Foley's became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2005. The Broadway, sold to Macy's 1996, closed 2005, demolished 2007.
Mervyn's closed 2008, Forever 21 2009.
In October 2007 the former Broadway store was demolished in preparation for an extensive remodel and addition on the south side of the mall. The changes include the addition of a grand entrance hall in the location of the Broadway, extension of stores on both the east and west side of the new entrance, addition of multiple water features, complete update of facade from current Macy's to Mall Security Offices, and the addition of one freestanding retail pad, rumored to be an REI and three freestanding restaurant pads. Also being added is a parking structure in front the current Macy's. In 4th quarter of 2008, GameStop, formerly an Electronics Boutique, in the bottom floor was relocated to the center as a Software ETC on the top floor, also owned by Gamestop, hyped a bigger, better Gamestop, this larger center one being the result. Mervyn's has closed their store with the chain's demise. On March 28, 2009 Forever 21 opened in the approximately 80,000 square foot space formerly anchored by Mervyn's as part of its strategy to open larger stores with a more diverse merchandise selection.