St. Louis Outlet Mall, formerly St. Louis Mills, is an outlet based enclosed shopping mall in the St. Louis suburb of Hazelwood, MO. The mall opened in November 2003, and had over 200 specialty shops and 8 anchor stores at its peak. Due to the current weakening economy and dangerous areas around the mall, it has suffered to some degree. The current anchor stores are Bed, Bath & Beyond, Ross, Cabela's, Burlington Coat Factory, Books-A-Million, Sears Outlet, Movie Theater, skate park, and an ice rink.
The mall opened in November 2003, and was owned by The Mills Corporation and original anchor stores included Circuit City, Marshalls, Burington Coat Factory, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, and many more.
In 2000, the malls plans included the name to have been "Missouri Mills", but was changed to St. Louis Mills.
The mall is split up into what they call the "Neighborhoods", where each section of the mall is decorated in a different theme.
Over the years, many of the mall stores have closed, and anchor stores changed, Circuit City closed in 2009 and became Ross, Lucky Strikes Bowling closed in 2005.
Marshalls closed in May 2013.
Nascar Speedpark closed in January 2014 and the Off 5th Outlet changed into The Children's Place outlet.
Simon sold the mall off, and was changed from St. Louis Mills to St. Louis Outlet Mall.
Here are pictures of the mall from March 2014, just the inside, not the outside:
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