San Jacinto Mall
San Jacinto Mall is a large regional shopping mall located in Baytown, Texas along Interstate 10. It is currently managed by Triyar Cannon Group. The mall has a gross leasable area of 1,156,000 square feet (107,400 m 2). In 2006 the mall's current owner has announced that it is putting the mall up for sale.

San Jacinto Mall opened its doors in 1981. At the time, the mall was relatively large for the immediate market area but none the less successful in the beginning. It had four large wings, shaped much like two overlapping "L's". In the central area of the mall was a JCPenney and the food court coined "The Market". The other wings each had one anchor and one junior anchor: a northwest wing, originally anchorless until Mervyns filled the vacant pad in the early 80's, along with a HJ Wilson Catalog Showroom as junior anchor, a southwest wing with Foley's and Palais Royal as junior anchor, a southeast wing with Montgomery Ward and junior anchor Bealls, and a northeast wing bearing a Sears and junior anchor The Fair. Over the years, the mall primarily had trouble competing with the many new, big box stores that had sprung up along Garth Road, south of the mall, in Baytown. Service Merchandise and Montgomery Ward closed in 2001 (both due to a countrywide company liquidation). Bealls also vacated the same year. These anchors have never been retenanted. The next major loss happened in early 2006, when Mervyns closed all their Houston area stores. This left the northwest wing of the mall, anchorless. Soon after, a proposal was rendered by NewQuest Properties to demolish both the southeast wing (Bealls/Wards) and northwest wing (Mervyns/SM) and become "lifestyle" additions. Foley's was rebranded as Macy's in September 2006. In November 2006, Triyar Cos. LLC, owned by the Yari family, put the mall and several other Greater Houston malls for sale; the company allowed a buyer to either buy an individual property, or buy all of them at once. As of March 2011, demolition of the two wings and construction of the "lifestyle" additions had yet to commence and it is unclear whether this proposal is still being considered.

  • JCPenney
  • Macy's
  • Marshalls
  • Palais Royal
  • Sears

Former anchors
  • The Fair (Texas) (closure date unknown, now Marshalls)
  • HJ Wilson Catalog Showroom (became Service Merchandise)
  • Bealls (closed 2001, vacant, pending demolition)
  • Mervyns (closed 2006, vacant, pending demolition)
  • Montgomery Ward (closed 2001, vacant, pending demolition)
  • Service Merchandise (closed 2001, vacant)