College Square Mall - Morristown, TN - A mall in Morristown that offers a wide range of choices to patrons
CBL & Associates owns and manages the College Square Mall at 2550 East Morris Boulevard in Morristown, Tennessee. The mall has an estimated seventy restaurants and stores that include the Carmike College Square Cinemas. There is a new theater being built on a portion of the southern parking lot, upon its completion the original cinema will be made into specialty stores. The mall itself is open from ten in the morning until nine at night Monday through Saturday. On Sunday the mall is open from noon until six in the evening. The hours of the actual stores may vary and should be contacted individually to confirm them.
The College Square Mall which is the only mall for eight counties in the East Tennessee area opened during 1998. The original anchors of the mall were Goody's Family Clothing, Wal-Mart, JC Penney, Sear's and the Maryville based Proffitt's. Belk took part of the space that Wal-Mart occupied which had both a mall and outside entrance when the store was moved to the outside of the mall. The Dixie Pottery opened adjacent to Belk but did not have a mall entrance and closed during 2007.
The Proffitt's was replaced by Kohl's when the building was expanded. The Carmike Cinema which has twelve screens was built during 2008 and the original theater torn down. During 2009 Goody's Family Clothing chain filed bankruptcy and the store in the College Square Mall closed.
The College Square Mall offers a number of amenities to make the experience of patrons as enjoyable as possible. Although there are not any pay phones available in College Square there are ATM machines near Aeropostale for the convenience of customers that find they have more shopping to do than they brought money for. The restrooms are next to Belk which is by Kay Jewelers and the mall office.
College Square Mall has seven eateries, four department stores, over fifty stores and twelve screens in the theater in addition to all of the other amenities it offers. The mall also has a Youth Escort Policy for Friday and Saturday from six in the evening until the mall closes. This policy requires visitors that are under the age of 18 to have a guardian aged twenty-one at least or a parent with them after six in the evening these days. Those that do not will be asked to leave the premises. If they were there prior to six they must be joined by an adult to stay.
In order to comply with the College Square Mall's Youth Escort Policy those that do not have their own transportation are asked to make arrangements to be off the property before six in the evening. The mall also has a Code of Conduct posted that patrons are asked to abide by. Those that violate it will be asked to leave the facilities.
The College Square Mall makes every effort to make the patrons comfortable. The Code of Conduct, Youth Escort Policy and services provided are all in place to give shoppers a safe environment to shop in.
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