Mall of Louisiana
Mall of Louisiana is an upscale shopping mall in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and is located between I-10 and Bluebonnet Blvd. Built in 1997 by developer Jim Wilson & Associates which also built the Riverchase Galleria in Alabama, it is the second largest mall in Louisiana and is currently owned and managed by General Growth Properties. It contains the second largest indoor carousel in the world. The architects are Crawford McWilliams Hatcher Architects, Inc. (CMH). Rave Motion Pictures opened a fifteen screen movie theater adjacent to the mall in 2006. Construction has recently been completed on an open-air shopping addition, which will be conjoined to the main east entrance of the mall as well as a 10 tenant power center adjacent to the movie theater. Both were completed August 2008.

Anchor tenants
  • Dillard's Men's Children's & Home 160,000 sq ft (15,000 m 2)., formerly McRae's
  • Dillard's Women's 212,507 sq ft (19,742.5 m 2).
  • J. C. Penney 124,656 sq ft (11,580.9 m 2).
  • Macy's opened 1997 as Maison Blanche, renamed Parisian in 1998, Foley's in 2001, Macy's 2006; 211,000 sq ft (19,600 m 2).
  • Sears
    • Sears 121,418 sq ft (11,280.1 m 2).
    • Sears Tire, Battery & Auto 10,026 sq ft (931.4 m 2). outparcel
  • Borders 25,000 sq ft (2,300 m 2).

The Boulevard
The Boulevard is a new lifestyle component of the Mall of Louisiana. Part of it is completed, while the rest is still under construction. Retailers and eateries now open include: Apple, Ann Taylor, Ann Taylor Loft, Camille's Sidewalk Cafe, BJ's Brewhouse, Bravo! Cucina Italiana, Chico's, Soma Intimates, Clarks, L'Occitane en Provence, Jos. A. Bank, Pottery Barn, Select Comfort, Sephora, Borders, and Sake Cafe.

Recent Changes
The Mall of Louisiana is now undergoing a re-marketing strategy in which it is gaining more upscale stores. Those stores include: G by Guess, Forever 21, Johnston & Murphy, Coach, Teavana and Love Culture.

Building Activity

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