Arborland Center
Arborland Center is a power centre located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Opened in 1961 as an unenclosed shopping mall, the center was redeveloped as a power centre in 1998. , retaining the name Arborland Center. Current anchor stores include Marshalls, PetSmart, Bed Bath & Beyond, Borders and Toys-R-Us.

Arborland was Ann Arbor's first suburban mall, opened in the early 1960s was originally an open mall. After the opening of nearby Briarwood Mall in the 1970s, Arborland was enclosed. The original Arborland featured Federal Department Store, Crowley's, and Montgomery Ward among its anchor stores; by the 1990s, Toys "R" Us, Marshalls, Service Merchandise, Burlington Coat Factory, and Linens 'n Things would be added as well. Since Borders is now bankrupt, the Borders is closing. The Circuit City has been closed for a couple years. In the late 1990s Freed and Associates purchased it on the cheap and razed most of the structure, transforming it into a big box cluster. Toys "R" Us and Marshalls also received newly-built stores during the "de-malling" of the center. Freed's purchase price was around $6 million; within a decade, in 2005, Freed was said to be seeking a buyer for over $100 million. Freed did shortly find a buyer for the 409,000 sq ft (38,000 m 2) center. The facility was purchased by AmCap, through a joint venture with Los Angeles-based Hart Realty Advisers for a reported $102 million.