Brookfield Square Mall is s regional shopping center, and one of the finest malls in the Milwaukee Suburbs and is located off Interstate 94 on Bluemound Road and Moorland Road.
The mall opened in 1967 as a one story mall, with three anchors, Sears, JCPenney, and Boston Store. There was also a Kohl's Food Store, Woolworth's, Walgreens, and Milwaukee based T.A. Chapman's Department Store.
Kohl's left the mall in 1977 and was converted to a Houlihan's Restaurant, while Woolworth's and the malls single screen cinema left the mall in 1994, and the food court was built were those once stood.
The mall went under a massive renovation in 2004, with the creation of many new outparcel stores and restaurants and the interior of the mall was completely redesigned.
In November 2013, an expansion was purposed which would add nine more storefronts to the mall, Old Navy closed in early 2014, and Shoe Carnival was added to the Sears wing.
Here are pictures of the mall from February 2014;
Vintage Sears entrance and signage:
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