| 577,000 sq ft|
| Victorville, California, USA|
14400 Bear Valley Rd #735, Victorville, CA 92392, USA
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The Mall of Victor Valley is a shopping mall located in Victorville, California. It is managed by The Macerich Company. The mall is located near Interstate 15 and Bear Valley Road, on the 14400 Bear Valley Rd# 735.
The mall has five anchors JCPenney, Sears, Cinemark 16-screen theatre, Macy's and Dick's Sporting Goods.
The Mall of Victor Valley Wikipedia
The mall first opened in 1987 with four anchors: Sears, Harris, JCPenney, Mervyns, and a 10-screen AMC theatre. In 2000, Gottschalks replaced the Harris store. Barnes & Noble was added in 2003, and the movie theater was replaced with a Cinemark in 2006.
Mervyns and Gottschalks closed in 2008. The former Mervyns location became a Forever 21 and closed on New Year's Eve 2011. JCPenney moved their location to the larger location in October 2012 to compete with the Macy's store which opened in the former Gottschalks site in March 2013.JCPenney (opened in 1987; relocated to former Forever 21 and Mervyn's location in 2012)
Macy's (opened in 1987 as Harris Company); renamed as Gottschalks in 2000; expanded and reopened as Macy's in 2013)
Sears (opened 1987; only anchor in original location)
Dick's Sporting Goods (opened 2013; former JCPenney space)
Barnes & Noble (opened 2003)
Cinemark (opened as AMC Theatres in 1987; reopened as Cinemark in 2006)
Mervyns (opened 1987; closed 2008; Forever 21 in 2009; now JCPenney in 2012)
Gottschalks (opened in 1987 as Harris Company); renamed as Gottschalks in 2000 and closed 2008)
Forever 21 (opened in 2009 in the former Mervyns location and closed 2011)
AMC (opened 1987; closed and reopened as Cinemark in 2006]