|2415 N. Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL 32303|
|Mon–Sat: 10:00am–9:00pm; Sun: 12:30pm–5:30pm|
|Find specific contacts here|
|Check out the current list of stores here|
Capital City Bank Group ATMs
Public Safety Escorts to your car
Family Restrooms in Food Court
Free WiFi in Food Court
Tallahassee Mall opened in 1971 with three anchor stores - Woolco, Gayers and Montgomery Ward. Now, over 40 years later, the mall struggles to survive, following foreclosure in January 2011 due to debt exceeding $55 million. The mall currently lists it "key retailers" as AMC 20 Theatres, Barnes & Noble, Cold Stone Creamery, ROSS, Sports Authority and Victoria's Secret.
The mall's biggest competition came on the scene with the opening of Governor's Square Mall in 1979 on the other side of town. Feldman Mall Properties, Inc. bought the shopping center in 2005 from Jones Lang LaSalle and subsequently invested little in physical improvements, failing to live up to the real estate company's own motto of "Moving Malls to the Head of the Class." Jones Lang LaSalle reacquired the mall in 2008. Tallahassee Mall went into foreclosure in January 2011. A Miami-based real estate company then bought the mall's ground lease for $100 later the same month.
There are mixed opinions among locals about what should be done with the Tallahassee Mall. Find a discussion on that controversy - add your own information, contribute to a pro/con list, even write your own op-ed HERE.
Check out Tallahassee Mall's site plan, statistics and demographics here.
Check out upcoming events at Tallahassee Mall here.