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« Reply #105 on: December 22, 2020, 01:32:56 pm »

Wow, Promenade Mall is in even worse shape than I realized.  I just did a deep dive on their website and their list of stores and mall map is so out of date and incomplete it's pathetic.  They aren't even seriously trying any more.

They appear to be down to about 14 stores plus a smattering of local shops.

Their website still lists a whole bunch of stores whose respective websites say they do not have locations at the Promenade, including JCPenney (which is still on their store list AND on the mall map). Oddly, while Dillard's (which is actually open) makes the store list, the mall does not bother to include it on their map.
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« Reply #106 on: December 22, 2020, 02:13:59 pm »

Wow, Promenade Mall is in even worse shape than I realized.  I just did a deep dive on their website and their list of stores and mall map is so out of date and incomplete it's pathetic.  They aren't even seriously trying any more.

They appear to be down to about 14 stores plus a smattering of local shops.

Their website still lists a whole bunch of stores whose respective websites say they do not have locations at the Promenade, including JCPenney (which is still on their store list AND on the mall map). Oddly, while Dillard's (which is actually open) makes the store list, the mall does not bother to include it on their map.

Take a walk through the mall - it is definitely a zombie mall.  And, I think Dillardís owns its building.
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« Reply #107 on: December 22, 2020, 11:45:38 pm »

Whatís interesting about Promenade is that unlike Eastland Mall itís in a good location.  Centrally located within Tulsa close to I-44 and at the intersection of two main thoroughfares.  Some of the highest income neighborhoods in the city to the west and northwest.  With some vision it could be converted to mixed-use apartments and offices.  I would think OU would have some interest in being involved as well.
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