The Findlay Village Mall is an enclosed mall in the town of Findlay, Ohio and is currently anchored by JCPenney, Elder-Beerman, Best Buy, TJ Maxx, and Dunham Sport's.
The mall first opened in 1962 as the Fort Findlay Village Shopping Center.
The malls original anchor store included Britt's, which was a more upscale version to JJ Newberry, and would later become Kmart in 1982. There was also JCPenney and Sears, that of which still due business at the mall.
The mall expanded greatly in 1990, adding a new Kmart store, JCPenney, and Elder-Beerman also opened.
Kmart closed in 2003, and in 2004, the store was divided into TJ Maxx and Best Buy, and the movie theater closed in 2010/
Sears announced in January 2014, that the store would close in April.
Here are pictures from March 2013, the mall seems pretty busy that day: