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Springdale Mall is a shopping center located in Mobile, Alabama, United States, directly across from Bel Air Mall. Opened in 1959 as an open-air shopping center, Springdale Mall was later redeveloped as an enclosed shopping center. Facing competition from larger shopping centers in the area, Springdale was demolished in stages in the 2000s, with most of the former enclosed mall being replaced with big box stores.

Springdale is almost entirely an open-air center again, featuring Belk, Best Buy, Big Lots, Burlington Coat Factory, Marshalls, Old Navy, Sam's Club and Staples as anchor stores. The center is managed and owned by Centro Properties.


Opened in November 1959 as an open-air regional shopping center, Springdale was initially anchored by W.T. Grant, JCPenney and two supermarkets: Delchamps and National. Gayfers, a Mobile-based department store, would serve as the flagship anchor upon its completion in the summer of 1960.

Competition would arrive in late 1967 in the form of Bel Air Mall, an enclosed mall which was anchored by Sears and Hammel's.

An enclosed wing was completed in 1974, adjacent to the east end of the Gayfers building; this wing was anchored by Montgomery Ward and a six-screen movie theater (later expanded to eleven screens). In October 1988, Toys "R" Us co-tenanted the Montgomery Ward...
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