Hickory Hollow Mall was built in 1978 at 5252 Hickory Hollow Parkway in Antioch, Tennessee which is a neighborhood of Nashville. A JC Penney and a number of other stores were added to the mall during 1982. A new Dillard's building was built during 1991 as part of another expansion to the Hickory Hollow Mall. The mall is two levels and built in a cross pattern that has four wings that surround a central hub. Between the former JC Penney and the Sears wing is the Food Court.
Hickory Hollow Mall lost the JC Penney in 2006, during 2009 the replacement store Steve & Barry's went bankrupt and closed as well. Toward the end of 2008 the mall lost Dillard's. The current anchors of the mall are Macy's and Sears. There are a number of services provided at the mall which is open seven days a week.
Monday through Saturday the mall opens at ten in the morning and closes at nine in the evening. On Sunday the mall opens at noon and closes at six in the evening. The Hickory Hollow Mall observes special holiday hours and has a number of holiday events. Specific holiday hours and details about holiday events can be obtained by contacting the mall directly. The hours of the stores within the mall may vary from those of the mall itself and should be contacted directly to confirm the specific hours of operation.
The Hickory Hollow Mall has both regular restrooms and family restrooms on both levels for the convenience of patrons. On the lower level restrooms are in the Sears wing and in the Food Court on the upper level. There is a private nursing station near Sears on the lower level for the convenience of new mothers that prefer not to use a bottle for their baby.
There are pay phones in the mall for the convenience of patrons as well. The mall's upper level has pay phones at in both the Macy's wing and past the Express. The lower level has the phones located in the Sear's Wing and close to the Center Court meaning patrons are never that far from a phone in an emergency. Patrons that find they are running low on cash can locate an ATM on the lower and upper levels so they can continue shopping.
The Hickory Hollow Mall sells the CBL Select Gift Card which comes with an envelope and matchbook carrier to match. The cards are accessed a fee of $2.95 per card at the time of purchase. The cards can be used to make purchases at any national retailer accepting the American Express card. These cards can even be replaced if they are stolen or lost for the amount that was on them at the time the replacement is requested.
Getting to the Hickory Hollow Mall which serves Antioch and the Nashville area is rather easier. Take Interstate 24 to exit 59 which is Bell Road or exit 60 which is the Hickory Hollow Parkway.
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