The RiverTown Crossing is a two-story, enclosed mall in the Grand Rapids suburb of Grandville, Michigan. The malls current anchor stores are Sears, Kohl's, JCPenney, Younker's, Macy's, Barnes & Noble, and Dick's Sporting Goods. There are also over 130 stores and over 1.3 million square feet of shopping wonder.
The mall first opened in 1999 with anchor stores Hudson's, Kohl's, Sears, JCPenney, Younker's, and Galyan's. Old Navy and Barnes & Noble opened a few months later.
In 2001, Hudson's was renamed Marshall Field's, then again in 2006, when Macy's bought the entire Federated and May Co. chains, thus, being renamed Macy's.
In 2005, the Galyan's was converted to Dick's Sporting Goods.
Here are pictures of the mall from December 2014:
|Approaching the mall on Rivertown Parkway, Grandville, MI|
|Former Hudson's/ Marshall Field's/ now Macy's|
|Great to see one of these and not Gamestop|
|Had to get another picture, why is it crooked?|
|Everything will close soon enough!|
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