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Lubbock super-regional mall introduces improvements


The South Plains Mall in Lubbock, a dominant retail center in the Texas Panhandle for 40 years, this week unveils a series of updates for customers.

The Macerich-owned mall has redesigned all three of its entrances, added new flooring and lighting throughout the building, and introduced amenities including center-wide Wi-Fi, charging stations, soft seating, and new restrooms.

A Nov. 22 “re-opening” of the mall will be held in the newly renovated Grand Court, featuring an appearance by Santa, local dignitaries, and live entertainment.

"Macerich's continued investment in this unique property reflects the strength of this market and positions South Plains Mall as a top retail property for years to come," said Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope.

The million-plus-sq.-ft. mall houses more than 150 retailers, led by Dillard’s, J.C. Penney, Sears, Bealls and Premiere Cinemas with IMAX.

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