Burlington Square Mall originally opened in 1969 as Holly Hill Mall and had four anchor stores. In 1999, the mall was bought by Colonial Properties Trust and renamed Colonial Mall Burlington. In 2004, the mall was renovated. The renovations included adding skylights, new stores, and new floor tiles. After the renovations were complete, the mall was sold again in 2005. This is when the mall's name was changed to Burlington Square Mall. Currently owned by Jones Lang LaSalle, the mall is located at 180 Burlington Mall in Burlington, North Carolina. Jones Lang LaSalle is a management company, and it is one of the largest third-party managers of regional malls in the United States.
Burlington Square Mall is a single-level mall and has space for four anchor stores, although only one anchor store is currently occupied. The one currently occupied anchor store is Sears. The mall has experienced some hardship with anchor stores due to competition with Alamance Crossing, which is a lifestyle center that opened in 2007. Belk and JC Penney both closed their anchor stores at Burlington Square Mall and opened new stores at Alamance Crossing.
The mall offers stores and services in all of the following categories: accessories, apparel, athletic shoes and apparel, automotive, books, cards and gifts, cellular and wireless, cosmetics and hairstyling, department stores, electronics, entertainment, formal wear, health and beauty, jewelry, music, restaurants and eateries, services, shoes, specialty stores, sporting goods, and video.
In addition to Sears, Burlington Square Mall has approximately 54 additional stores. The mall offers a variety of stores, like Ayropostale, Foot Locker, Hibbett Sports, Journeys, Kay Jewelers, Pac Sun, and ProActiv.
Regular mall hours are Monday through Saturday from 10:00am-9:00pm and 1:00pm-6:00pm on Sunday. Department store hours vary, and store hours may also change due to holidays or special events.
Guest Services is located between Kay Jewelers and Marks & Morgan Jewelers, near Center Court. Guest Services offers copy service, fax service, and information. Stroller rentals are available, and complimentary wheelchair service is offered. In addition, stamps may be purchased at Guest Services. Guest Service can be reached at 336-584-5118.
Gift cards are available for purchase at the Mall Management Office in denominations of $20 to $250. Gift cards can be used at any mall merchant.
Mall walkers are invited to walk the mall year round. For mall walkers, mall doors open at 8:00am Monday through Saturday and at 10:00am on Sunday. One circuit around the mall is roughly one-half mile.
Burlington Square Mall offers a program called The Mall ADvantage, which is designed to help businesses launch their products or services through experiential marketing and product promotion. This program seeks to identify challenges and opportunities and create a marketing plan for advertisers that will generate a significant return on investment.
The mall also offers space on its marquee for personal messages and advertisements. Over 20,000 vehicles pass the marquee, which is located on Huffman Mill Road. Interested parties can contact Guest Services for more information.
Shoppers can also sign up to receive e-mail updates from the mall. Subscribers receive advance notice about new products, seasonal events, and special offers.
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