Meadowood Mall
Meadowood Mall is a one-level, 890,000-square-foot (83,000 m 2) super-regional mall in Reno, Nevada, owned and managed by Simon Property Group. Meadowood Mall contains 100 retailers and restaurants and it is anchored by Macy’s Women, Macy’s Men/Home, Sears and JCPenney.

Meadowood Mall was built by Taubman Company in 1978 and was anchored by JC Penney, Liberty House, and Macy's. Liberty House closed in 1983 and Macy's South moved in the following year. A renovation in 1995 added Sears, who came from the dying Park Lane Mall and more in-line shops. General Motors Pension Trusts acquired the mall from Taubman in 1998 in exchange for equity it had in the mall company. In April 2004, General Motors Pension Trusts sold the mall to Mills Corporation, which, in turn, was bought by Simon Property Group in 2007. There are now over 100 shops, a food court, and some eateries in the mall.

Meadowood Mall has a unique semicircular design, with a straight corridor leading to Sears. A large food court, called the "Palms", can be found near Sears. Additional sit-down restaurants are grouped around the entrances to the mall. Most of the stores in between the anchors are upscale, with many health and beauty and high-end clothing shoppes.

Meadowood Leasing identified the following tenants as anchors :
  • JCPenney (148,800 sq ft.)
  • Macy's Men's and Home (98,700 sq ft.)
  • Macy's Women's and Children's (165,500 sq ft.)
  • Sears (164,500 sq ft.)
  • The Sports Authority (42,960 sq ft.) (formerly Copeland Sports)