Address: 3700 RiverTown Parkway SW, Grandville, MI, 49418
- 10:00 - 21:00 ( Mon - Sat ) 12:00 - 18:00 ( Sun )
RiverTown Crossings is a two story shopping mall in Grandville, Michigan in the Grand Rapids area. It is owned and operated by General Growth Properties.History
It opened in the fall of 1999 with five anchors: Sears, Hudson's (then Marshall Field's, now Macy's), Kohl's, Younkers and JCPenney. Barnes & Noble was also featured as a junior anchor. Galyan's (now Dick's Sporting Goods) and Old Navy opened a few months later.
The mall has 120 stores, 9 restaurants, a food court and a 20 screen Celebration Cinema (Cinemark from opening to June 2007) movie theater. There is just under 1,250,000 square feet (116,000 m²) of retail space. Outside are more than 6,000 parking spaces.
The mall's slogan is Mix it up, one of few major slogans that General Growth Properties uses with some of their malls.Anchors
Barnes & Noble (25,848 sq ft (2,401 m²))
Jack Loeks Theatres Inc. (88,000 sq ft (8,200 m²))
Dick's Sporting Goods (91,748 sq ft (8,524 m²))
Great Lakes Home Furnishings (20,818 sq ft (1,934 m²)., includes both left & right sides)
JCPenney (105,780 sq ft (9,827 m²))
Kohl's (95,048 sq ft (8,830 m²))
Macy's (165,754 sq ft (15,399 m²))
Old Navy (35,578 sq ft (3,305 m²))
Sears (124,245 sq ft (11,543 m²))
Younkers (150,081 sq ft (13,943 m²))