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Northshore Mall is a Peabody, Massachusetts mall on Route 114. It is currently home to Nordstrom, J. C. Penney, Sears and two Macy's sites. It has a commercial centre of about 1,685 million ft and most of this area is on one floor, with the main exceptions of the Nordstrom building and most armature shops.
Former Jordan Marsh Shops were four storeys long until they were torn down to make room for the Nordstrom Shops. It is currently run by Simon Property Group and is less than a kilometer from Simon's Liberty Tree Mall. Located in the Northshore district, the North Shore Mall opened in September 1958 as an open-air mall.
Incorporated by Jordan Marsh and an adjacent Filene's, it comprised Sears, as well as Kresge, J.J. Newberry, RH Stearns and Stop & Shop. Leisure amenities at the times include a bowl court, a movie theater and a small theme area named Kiddietown next to the former Sears & Roebuck, where Toy's "R" Us was in use.
In the 70s and 80s the mall was rebuilt several times, among other things by the extension of Sears to a full-fledged anchoring. Beginning with a small section near the Sears Stores, the whole outer mall was fenced in to better match the near Liberty Tree Mall, built by New England Development in 1972.
The Northshore Mall was purchased by New England Development in 1992, which extended the shopping mall to almost 1.7 million sqm. At the northwestern end of the shopping center, Filene's set up a substitute shop, which housed the themepark, while Lord & Taylor also set up a new shop at this end.
Added a new meal courtyard next to the Filene site, which was cored and converted for JCPenney cultivation. New England Development divested the mall in 1999 to a Simon Property Group-led jointventure which also managed the mall. Since 1960, the St. Therese Society of the Carmelite Chapel has been located in the mall.
It' one of the few bands in a mall. This mall also hosts the Peabody Police Department Community Outreach Centre.