The Village at Orange is a shopping mall located in Orange, California, formerly called The Mall of Orange. Built in the 1960s, the center completed a $57 million renovation in 2003 to create a lifestyle center that generates over $550 per square foot in sales annually. The densely populated trade area has over 1.6 million people residing in a radius. The mall is anchored by JCPenney, Sears and Walmart. A Sprouts Farmers Market opened in July 2009, replacing the Linens 'N' Things store that went out of business as part of the chain's nationwide store closings. There is a nearby Target, but is not part of the Village.