Westmoreland Mall

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Address: 5256 State Route 30, Greensburg, PA, 15601

Stores: 131
Hours:
10:00 - 21:00 ( Mon - Sat )  11:00 - 17:00 ( Sun )  
Phone: 724-836-5025
About

Westmoreland Mall, owned and operated by CBL & Associates Properties, Inc., is a two-level, enclosed shopping mall in the municipality of Hempfield Township, Pennsylvania, southeast of Pittsburgh. It was completed in 1977, extensively renovated and expanded in 1993-1994, and includes The Bon-Ton, JCPenney, Macy's, Macy's Home, Old Navy, Sears and Steve & Barry's as anchor tenants and over 200 retailers such as Hollister Co., American Eagle Outfitters, Charlotte Russe, Express/Express Men, New York & Company, Ann Taylor LOFT, Talbots/Talbots Petites and Wet Seal. It contains over 1,300,000 square feet of retail space on 103 acres, making it the third largest enclosed shopping center in Western Pennsylvania.

Surrounding the mall are over 25 retailers and dining establishments, including the Westmoreland Crossing strip shopping center, which opened in 1978 and features Carmike Cinemas, Dick's Sporting Goods, Michaels Arts and Crafts and T.J. Maxx. A variety of restaurants and outparcels such as Ground Round, Dollar Bank and Pepperwood Grille completes the mall complex.

It is located on the eastern side of the Pittsburgh metroplex on the heavily traveled U.S. Route 30 corridor. Adjacent to Westmoreland Mall, many big box retailers and restaurants can be found along the U.S. Route 30 and Donohoe Road retail area, which is the biggest concentration of retailers and other commercial businesses between Monroeville and Altoona.

History

Prior to the development of Westmoreland Mall, the immediate area surrounding the site, known as Miller's Woods, was nothing more than acres of wooded land. A handful of small businesses such as the former Winky's Restaurant was located on U.S. Route 30. At the time, residents shopped in Greensburg's business district, or at Greengate Mall, west of the city. As the demand for more retail grew in the area, Kaufmann's and Sears approached the Rouse Company, owner of Greengate Mall, about the possibility of opening a new location at the facility. For some reason, Rouse didn't want to invest in the development to bring the stores in. Therefore, that opened the door to a new mall in the area.

Anchors

Kaufmann's was never in Greensburg prior to the opening of Westmoreland Mall, but there was a Sears, Roebuck and Co., at the site of what is currently known as Davis Center prior to the mall. Aamco Transmissions used to be the Sears Auto Center.

JCPenney has been in Greensburg since the early Twentieth Century, and it was on South Pennsylvania Avenue, Greengate Mall, and, eventually, Westmoreland Mall.

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