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Circle Centre

CIRCLE CENTRE MISSED ITS MOMENT.

When Mayor William Hudnut pitched the idea of a downtown mall to the Simon brothers in 1977, mallrats were a thriving breed. By September 1995, when Circle Centre opened, the indoor mall boom was over.

BUT IT STARTED OUT PROMISING.

In 1979, Melvin Simon & Associates unveiled a plan

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