A women’s clothing store at the Harrisburg Mall will close, according to signs at the store.
A closing sale at Accent.z is underway. Signs at the store say “Store closing”, “Entire store on sale!” and “Everything must go”.
The store is located on the second floor of the mall.
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The Harrisburg Mall is headed towards redevelopment.
St. John Properties, the owner of the Harrisburg Mall, plans to demolish the mall, except for the anchor store Bass Pro Shops, and in its place build a retail-oriented development with multi-use business space to appeal to medical offices, daycares, schools, light manufacturing and general offices, among other uses.
St. John Properties said it will also maintain the former Toys R Us store as well as the Applebee’s. Mall officials hope to demolish the mall by the summer of 2024 and expect construction to be underway by 2025. The mall remains open and no timeline for closing has been announced.
The Harrisburg Mall has about 34 tenants. Chains that remain at the mall include Bath & Body Works, Champ Sports, Bass Pro Shops, LensCrafters, DXL Men’s Apparel, 2nd & Charles, Wells Fargo, Metro by T-Mobile, Foot Locker, Rainbow Shops, AT&T, Applebee’s, and H&R Block.
The Harrisburg Mall has about 57 vacancies including the former spaces of Macy’s, Toys R’ Us, Boscov’s, Nancy’s Hair Salon, New York & Company Outlet, Victoria’s Secret, Auntie Anne’s, USA Eyecare, Disney, Sprint, Subway, Orange Julius, Pizza Zone, Skewer World, Checkers, Shoe Dept. and La Biotique Eyebrow Threading.
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