When did Franklin Mills change names?
Along with the King of Prussia mall, Simon has control of Pennsylvania’s two largest malls. On September 16, 2014, Simon Property Group renamed the mall from Franklin Mills to Philadelphia Mills.
When did Franklin Mills Open?
May 11, 1989
When Franklin Mills opened in Philadelphia on May 11, 1989, The Philadelphia Inquirer heralded “The Mall to End Them All.” In fact, it was the world’s largest outlet mall and also a shopping destination that would become one of this historic…
How many stores are in the Philadelphia Mills Mall?
Philadelphia Mills is home to over 200 different stores, including large retailers like JC Penney, Marshalls and Walmart as well as upscale stores like Ann Taylor Factory Store, BCBGMAXAZRIA and BeBe.
What county is Franklin Mills Mall in?
No. Philadelphia Mills (formerly and still referred to as Franklin Mills) is an enclosed shopping mall located in Northeast Philadelphia, bordering Bensalem in Bucks County and 15 miles (24 km) outside Center City.
What is Franklin Mills called?
NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — In a flash, Franklin Mills has changed its name to Philadelphia Mills. The new name went into effect on Tuesday. But that’s not all the changes coming to the 25-year-old, 1.8 million square foot outlet mall off I-95 in Northeast Philadelphia.
Is Oxford Valley Open?
The Oxford Valley Mall in Middletown Township reopened to the public last Friday as Bucks County moved to the least restrictive level of the state’s COVID-19 mitigation plan. On Monday, the majority of the mall’s stores were open with social distancing and masking policies in place.
What’s Open in Oxford Valley Mall?
Oxford Valley Mall/Opened
Who bought Oxford Valley Mall?
Simon Property Group
Simon Property Group sold the shopping center along East Lincoln Highway near the intersection with Oxford Valley Road in Middletown Township in fall for $34,250,000, according to county property records. The new owner is Paramount Plaza at Lincoln LLC, which is connected to Paramount Realty Services.