Centerpointe Mall, Grand Rapids, MI

Centerpointe Mall in Grand Rapids, Michigan is one shopping mall option in the city. This mall is owned and operated by Lormax Properties. The company was established in 1992 with a focus on offering national retailers to Michigan and other US states through shopping centers. They create new developments and lease third party settings. Centerpointe Mall opened in 1967 under a different property development company.

The mall was called Eastbrook and a year later Woodland Mall opened close by. Centerpointe Mall has room for 40 stores and 9 anchor tenants all on one floor. The anchors include DSW Shoe Warehouse, Modern Skate and Surf, Dunham's Sports, Jo-Ann Fabrics, Nordstrom Rack, Old Navy, TJ Maxx, Golf Galaxy and Menards. Two other anchor stores used to be held on the property: Klingman's Furniture and Linen's N' Things, but they have since closed.

When it was known as Eastbrook Mall it had 50 stores and three anchors. These were Woolco, Wurzburg's, and Steketee's. Wurzburg's closed in 1979, when Klingman's took over. Woolco closed in 1983 and the space was split to house Burlington Coat Factory, F&M Drug, and Chuck E. Cheese's. During the 1980's the mall also had a catalog show room for Witmark and TJ Maxx was placed in the east wing. Later in the 80's Hills moved in as a new anchor near Burlington. Hills closed in the 1990's and Eastbrook the store was changed to Menards.

Renovations have occurred over time at the mall helping to improve the space and make it more important to the locals. In 2004 Old Navy and David's Bridal opened. In 2006 GGP took over as management, but Lormax Stern still retains the ownership. Much of the property is vacant and the 2007 re-development was never started.

The mall is open Sunday 12pm to 6pm, and Monday through Saturday 10am to 9pm. During the holidays the mall hours can vary by being open later, yet closing for Christmas and Thanksgiving Days. Despite a lack of redevelopment for an open air mall, the mall was renovated in 2001 to modernize its appearance.

The stores located at Centerpointe Mall include Arnie's, Bargain Books, Century Driving School, Cheri's Bridal and Accessories, Christopher Banks, CJ Banks, Cool Holographics, DEB, Dymond Hearing Center, Grand Rapids Brewing Company, and Head 2 Toe Fashions. Also at the mall are Heidi Christine's Hip salon, Janies Cookies, Kim's Laundry, Krispy Kreme, KYSO, LaBelle de Beaute, Lane Bryant, LDO, Learning Express, Legends, and Men's Warehouse. Michcon, Millennium Nails, OYSY Sushi, Pad Thai, Royal Crepe, Sprint, Terri's, Toys R Us, Tuesday Morning, Wear District, and US Post Office are the other stores and services.

Throughout the year Centerpointe Mall has events like Santa's visit. A craft show, business expo, and much more will be offered. Visitors can check online or when they get to the mall regarding special events. Sales events are also held during the year to make shopping enticing for those in the area or visiting Michigan. Stores and restaurants outside of the mall are nearby.

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