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The Mall at Tuttle Crossing is an enclosed mall located in Dublin, Ohio. It was developed by a joint venture of Taubman Centers and The Georgetown Company and opened on July 24, 1997. Current anchors are JCPenneyMacy's, and Scene75, with Sears being vacant.

History[]

JCPenney

The Mall at Tuttle Crossing opened on July 24, 1997 with great fanfare. Sears, Lazarus, Marshall Field's, and JCPenney also opened as anchor stores. Apart from tenants, which at opening had 128, Tuttle Crossing also had a unique play area with oversized breakfast food, that would later be remodeled into a space-themed area. In May 2017, the play area was completely redesigned with more interactive elements, going for a "STEM" theme.

Another attraction the mall had was a kugel ball, connected to a water fountain where coins were tossed in. This has since been removed due to it being hard to maintain.

In August 2006, Lazarus was turned into Macy's, and the original Marshall Field's became Kaufmann's in February 2003. In 2006, due to the Federated-May merger, the Kaufmann's store was renamed Macy's at Hayden Run. As of October 2006 there were two Macy's located at the mall, Macy's at Tuttle Crossing (the original Lazarus store) and Macy's at Hayden Run (the former Marshall Field's/Kaufmann's) until March 2017. On January 4, 2017, Macy's announced it would be closing the Macy's at Hayden Run sometime during the same year. In early summer 2018, Scene75 Entertainment announced they would open a location in the former Marshall Field's/Kaufmann's/Macy's at Hayden Run. The location opened in October 2019.

In 2017, Forever 21 had an expansion that nearly doubled the size of the existing store on the second level of the mall, from 6,758 square feet to 11,258 square feet.

On December 28, 2018, it was announced that Sears would also be closing as part of a plan to close 80 stores nationwide. The store closed on March 18, 2019. On the same note, a Sears Auto Center just west of the mall was closed a few years prior and is now a strip mall. Also around the same time as Sears' closure announcement, Starbucks also announced a store closure at the mall. That store closed sometime in January 2019.

Pottery Barn

Description and Location[]

The mall itself anchors an economically strong and growing area of office complexes, restaurants, apartments and condominiums surrounding the interchange of I-270 and Tuttle Crossing Boulevard. The area is a good example of the suburban phenomenon known as an edge city.

Anchors[]

Macy's

Current[]

  • JCPenney (opened 1997)
  • Macy's (opened 1997 as Lazarus, converted into Macy's in 2006)
  • Scene75 (opened 2019)

    Sears

Former[]

Macy's Hayden Run (opened as Marshall Field's in 1997, became Kaufmann's in 2003, then became Macy's Hayden Run in 2006, closed in 2017, became Scene75 in 2019) 

  • Sears (opened in 1997, closed 2019)

Tenants[]

Current (as of March 2022)[]

  • Aeropostale
  • All Star Elite
  • American Eagle
  • Auntie Anne's
  • AVRS Furniture (local)
  • B.R. Gifts (local)
  • Bath & Body Works
  • BJ's Brewhouse (outside of mall, though the building is on the site)
  • Bleu' Luxury Artistry Lab (local)
  • Body Jewel
  • Browbar
  • Bubbles Tea Company
  • The Buckeye Room
  • Buckle
  • Build a Bear Workshop
  • Cellaxs
  • Champs
  • Charley's Cheesesteaks (food court)
  • Chick-fil-A (food court)
  • Cinnabon
  • Claire's
  • CMF Clothing (local)
  • Cozy Feet Spa (local)
  • Custom World (local)
  • Devyani's Beauty Salon (local)
  • Diamonds Forever
  • Dippin' Dots
  • Dress & Party (local)
  • Dry Goods
  • Duck Donuts
  • FYE
  • Farah Jewelers
  • Fashion 5
  • Finish Line
  • Foot Locker
  • Forever 21
  • Great American Cookies (food court)
  • Grown Woman's Closet (local)
  • H&M
  • Halal Chinese Bistro (food court/local)
  • Helzberg Diamonds
  • Hollister
  • Hot Topic
  • House of Hoops by Foot Locker
  • Icing (local)
  • La Pizza Italian Kitchen (food court/local)
  • Journeyz
  • Kay Jewelers
  • Kids Foot Locker
  • La Paris Marie Boutique (local)
  • LensCrafters
  • Level 1 Games (local)
  • The Hat Zone/Lids
  • Love Letter Boutique (local)
  • Mon Senteur (local)
  • Nail Experts (local)
  • Nori Japan (food court)
  • Oriental Wellness
  • PacSun
  • Pandora
  • Pearle Vision
  • Personalized Apparel (local)
  • Premier 7
  • Red Robin (front mall exit) (opened November 1, 2015)
  • Relax the Back
  • Roll-n-Go
  • Rue21
  • Sephora
  • Shoe Dept. Encore
  • Solestop
  • Spencer's
  • Sports Possessions (local)
  • Starstrukt (local)
  • Stir Fry 88 (food court)
  • Sunglass Hut
  • Sushiyo (food court)
  • Tai Ji Massage (local)
  • T.C. Mini Mart (local)
  • The Amazing Space (local)
  • The Cartierre Collection (local)
  • The Children's Place
  • The Window Guy & Co.
  • Vans
  • Wash
  • Where I'm From
  • Windsor
  • Zalez
  • Zumiez

Former tenants[]

  • A.J. Cheers!/Gags & Games
  • AT&T Mobility
  • Abercrombie & Fitch
  • Activate Cellular
  • Aerial Communications
  • Aldo
  • Andrews Jewelers
  • Ann Taylor
  • Aveda Environmental
  • A&W (food court)
  • Bachrach
  • Bailey Banks & Biddle
  • Banana Republic
  • Basics One
  • Bath & Body Works at Home
  • Best Buy Mobile
  • Big Easy Cajun (food court)
  • Blue Chip Cookies (food court)
  • Brookstone
  • Buybacks Entertainment (food court/mall exit)
  • Cache (local)
  • Cacique (local)
  • Cafe Molly (local)
  • Candleman (local)
  • Canyon Cafe (food court/back mall exit, opened January 19, 1998 and closed the same year)
  • Caribou Coffee
  • Carlton Cards
  • Carlucci Restaurant (food court)
  • Charlotte Russe
  • Cheryl & Co.
  • Cheesy Bite (food court)
  • Christian St. John
  • Christopher and Banks
  • Circuit City Express
  • Colorado Pen Co.
  • Contempo Casuals
  • Copper Creek Grill (front mall exit)
  • Crabtree & Evelyn
  • Crystal Classics
  • DOC Eyeworld
  • Discovery Channel Store
  • Desmond's Tuxedos
  • DentalWorks
  • Dreamland (food court/back mall exit)
  • Easy Spirit
  • Eddie Bauer (2 stories, closed 2003)
  • Enzo Angiolini
  • Everything But Water
  • Express
  • Evropi (food court)
  • Eyebrowz
  • Fashion City
  • Figleaf Shop
  • Flaming Wok (food court)
  • Fossil
  • FS Blue Line
  • Fox Photo Kodak
  • Francesca's Collections
  • Fuzziwig's Candy Factory
  • Gadzooks
  • GameStop
  • GapKids/BabyGap
  • Glitter
  • GNC
  • Gloria Jean's Gourmet Coffees
  • Go! Games & Calendars
  • Godiva Chocolatier
  • Gold Buyers of America
  • Golf America
  • Gymboree
  • Hallmark Gold Crown Store
  • Harold's
  • Hot Dog on a Stick (food court)
  • Huntington National Bank
  • Hush Puppies
  • Ja'Lae's Jungle Gym
  • Java Masters
  • Jessica McClintock
  • Johnston & Murphy
  • Karl Bissinger French Confections
  • Kirkland's
  • KissiCakes-n-Sweets (food court)
  • Lane Bryant
  • Laura Ashley
  • Learningsmith
  • Lerner New York
  • Lifestyle Store
  • Limited Too/Justice
  • Mario Tricoci Hair Salons and Day Spas
  • Mason's Bath Boutique
  • MasterCuts
  • Maternite
  • Miracle Eyebrows & Henna Tattoos
  • Merksamer Jewelers
  • Modern Nails
  • Moochie & Co.
  • Mr. Bulky Treats & Gifts
  • Natural Wonders
  • Naturalizer
  • Nine West
  • NordicTrack
  • Northern Sports
  • Overland Trading Co.
  • Orc's Forge Games (food court/back mall exit)
  • Oriental Wellness
  • Oh La La
  • Ocean Blue Jewelers
  • Papyrus
  • Panera Bread/St. Louis Bread Company (mall exit)
  • Petite Image
  • Perfumania
  • Pholicious Rice Noodle Soup (food court)
  • Pottery Barn
  • Record Town
  • Regis Hairstylists
  • Ruby Tuesday (mall exit)
  • Sbarro (food court)
  • Select Comfort
  • Sempliner's Tuxedo World
  • Shi
  • Siegel Jewelers
  • Silver Mountain
  • Simply Cigars
  • Simply Rr's
  • Simply Vague
  • Soupmaster's Cafe (food court)
  • Starbucks
  • Steak Escape (food court)
  • Stride Rite
  • Structure
  • Subway (food court)
  • Surf City Squeeze
  • Sydney's Restaurant (food court/back mall exit, probably opened in mid 1998?)
  • Talbot's
  • Teavana
  • T.G.I Friday's (food court)
  • The Baggerie
  • The Gap
  • The Great American Backrub Store
  • The Limited
  • The Men's Wearhouse (now located outside of mall)
  • The Right Start
  • The Speedo Authentic Fitness
  • The Walking Company
  • The Wooden Bird
  • Things Remembered
  • This End Up
  • Tinder Box
  • Trade Secret
  • Travel 2000 TravelGear
  • United Colors of Benetton
  • Vanity
  • Victoria's Secret
  • Visconti Shoe Salon
  • Waldenbooks
  • Walking Company
  • Warner Bros. Studio Store
  • Watch Station
  • Waves Music
  • Wet Seal
  • White House Black Market
  • World of Science
  • Yankee Candle Company
  • Yi's Relaxation Station
  • Zarrosta Grill

Trivia[]

  • The former Yankee Candle location was the first store in Ohio. There are now at least 15 locations in the state as of 2022.
  • The mall started its planning stages as early as 1993.
  • The former Learningsmith (which went defunct in 1999) store was the only location in Ohio.
  • Cinnabon was originally in the mall as an actual tenant space. It left the mall for a couple of years until it returned as a kiosk stand in late 2019.
  • Chick-Fil-A is the only "surviving" restaurant in the food court, being there since 1997.
  • The former Canyon Cafe restaurant might've been the earliest known closure at the mall. Curiously, the brick structure entrance still stands from that space.
  • It's a possibility the "Copper Creek Grill" restaurant that sat in the Red Robin/Ruby Tuesday space was local, particularly due to the fact it shares the same name as Copper Creek Drive, a small neighborhood west of the mall.

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External Links[]

The Mall At Tuttle Crossing's Official Website

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