Exton Square Mall is a mall located in the village of Exton, in West Whiteland Township, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located at the "Crossroads of Chester County" at the intersection of U.S. Route 30 and Pennsylvania Route 100.

Exton Square Mall was built by the Rouse Company and opened its doors in 1973 as a split-level mall with one anchor store. This anchor, Strawbridge's, was centrally located in a two-story location. The main body of the mall ringed the anchor store with an octagonal split-level common area. By the 1990s, the mall was showing its age, especially in comparison to the development of the King of Prussia Mall 20 miles to the east. In 1996, Boscov's, JC Penney, and Sears signed leases to open locations at Exton Square following a massive renovation and expansion project. The expansion added three new anchor stores, a new food court, two parking structures, and a completed second level. Construction concluded in early 2000, with a grand reopening in May of that year. In 2006, Strawbridge's became Macy's.

  • Boscov's - 178,000 square feet (16,537 m 2)
  • JCPenney - 118,000 square feet (10,963 m 2)
  • Macy's - 181,200 square feet (16,834 m 2)
  • Sears - 144,301 square feet (13,406 m 2)

Mass transit
The Exton Square Mall is served by the following SEPTA bus lines:
  • Bus Route 92
  • Bus Route 133
  • Bus Route 204

Building Activity

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