Lima Mall is an enclosed mall in the town of Lima, Ohio around an hour and a half from Columbus and is currently anchored by JCPenney, Sears, Elder-Beerman, Macy's, and MC Sports.
The mall originally opened in 1965 and Lazarus opened in 1971 and a local department store, The Leader was bought by Elder- Beerman in the mid-1970's
F.W. Woolworth closed its mall store in July 1997.
The Lazarus store became Lazarus-Macy's in 2003, then changed the name to just Macy's in 2005.
In January 2013, Old Navy moved from from its original space, which I think was the Woolworth, to where the New York & Company was, then The Shoe Department Encore opened in Old Navy's former space.
Here are pictures of the mall from March 2013:
This mall has one of the most interesting and unique Macy's stores, but of course that is because it was Lazarus, so the credit goes to them.
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