Clackamas Town Center
Clackamas Town Center is a shopping mall in Clackamas, Oregon. It is managed and co-owned by General Growth Properties and is currently anchored by JCPenney, Macy's (including a separate home store), Nordstrom, Sears.

The two-level enclosed mall, with 1,200,000 square feet (111,000 m 2) of retail space opened in 1981. Original anchors included JCPenney, Meier & Frank, Nordstrom, Sears and Montgomery Ward. There was also an ice rink, on which Tonya Harding practiced, and a 5-screen movie theater. The mall remained largely unchanged until Montgomery Ward went bankrupt and closed their store in 2001. Meier & Frank acquired the former Ward building and opened a home store in 2002 in the upper level, while leasing out the lower level to Copeland Sports. The ice rink closed 2003, the movie theater closed in 2005, while Copeland in its turn closed in 2006. General Growth Properties acquired a half-interest in the property in 2002 and assumed management. A major redevelopment began in 2005 to add 250,000 sq ft (23,000 m 2) to the center. As part of the construction the former ice rink was gutted. Designed by architectural firm DLR Group, the renovation and expansion added approximately 40 new stores and restaurants, many in a new lifestyle center on the south side, and a new 75,000 sq ft (7,000 m 2), 20-screen Cinemark multiplex theater. The renovation also put in tranquility ponds, new flooring, lighting, furniture, escalators, elevators, handrails, and exterior upgrades. It was completed in late 2007. Clackamas Town Center Transit Center, the southern terminus of the MAX Light Rail Green Line, opened on September 12, 2009.

  • J.C. Penney (158,000 ft², opened 1981)
  • Macy's
    • Macy's Apparel Store (199,000 ft², opened 1981 as Meier & Frank, renamed 2006)
    • Macy's Home Store (165,000 ft², opened 1981 as Montgomery Ward, closed 2001, renamed as Meier & Frank Home, renamed Macy's 2006)
  • Nordstrom (121,000 ft²)
  • Sears (143,695 ft²)

Former anchors
  • Copeland Sports (96,000 ft²; opened 2002 in lower level of former Montgomery Ward, closed 2006, space reclaimed by Macy's Home 2007)
  • Montgomery Ward (165,000 ft²; closed 2001, subdivided 2002 into Meier & Frank Home, Copeland Sports)

Building Activity

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