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Coordinates: 43°02′21″N 76°16′19″W / 43.039254°N 76.271939°W / 43.039254; -76.271939 This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2009) This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2007) This article's introduction section may not adequately summarize its contents. To comply with Wikipedia's lead section guidelines, please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of the article's key points. (September 2009) Camillus Plaza (later Camillus Mall, now known as Camillus Commons) was a shopping mall in Camillus, New York. Contents 1 Camillus Plaza 2 Camillus Mall 3 Decline 4 Camillus Commons 5 References 6 External links Camillus Plaza Camillus Plaza opened in 1964 as a strip mall on the site of a former Kallet drive-in theater.[1][2][3] Early anchors included A&P (later Great American) and P&C supermarkets, E.W. Edwards, Witherill's, and WT Grant department stores, Goldberg's Furniture and Anderson Little. After Edwards and WT Grant left, they were replaced by JCPenney and a Price Chopper supermarket respectively. In 1981 an enclosed "mall" section was opened, with a two-screen movie theatre (originally CinemaNational, then USA Cinemas, Loews, and finally Hoyts), and a new Kmart anchoring the far end. However, much of the original plaza retained its strip mall format. An aptly named "Mall Entrance" took the place of the strip mall's original Anderson-Little store, and Anderson-Little relocated to the enclosed mall. Silo added a store on the back side of the strip mall, facing the new enclosed section, but not connecting to it. Price Chopper closed in 1982, and made way for Hills.[4] Camillus Mall In 1984, most of the remaining strip mall was enclosed. As part of this conversion, Witherill's was replaced by Hess's.[5], P&C moved to a newly constructed freestanding store at the corner of the plaza's property, a Carl's Drugs (later Fay's Drugs, Eckerd, and finally Rite Aid) was attached to P&C, and an additional entrance was added to JCPenney so mall patrons could enter the store without leaving the enclosed mall. Additionally, the entire complex was renamed Camillus Mall. In 1987, Sears moved from their previous location in Fairmount Fair, adding an 84,800-square-foot (7,880 m2) store to the mall in 1987. Silo expanded around the same time, adding an entrance accessible from within the mall. An additional four movie screens were added, however they were not in the same location as the original two, so patrons needed to determine whether their film was showing in "one n' two" or "three through six". Eventually, the original two screens were closed, and Hoyts Cinemas expanded "three through six" into the adjacent vacant Silo space, creating a single ten screen facility. In its prime, the enclosed mall featured five anchors, and smaller tenants such as Arby's, Bill Gray's, Burger King, CVS, Reeds Jewelers, Radio Shack, Fanny Farmer, Lane Bryant and Afterthoughts. Decline Camillus Mall's decline began in 1990, just as the newer and larger Carousel Center opened only a few miles away, concurrent with the beginning of a shift in the area's demographics. Also, Camillus Mall was not convenient to most major highways. In 1994 Hess's closed and became Chappell's (later Bon-Ton, still operating). In the years to follow, a number of anchor stores and smaller shops began to close, including Silo, Kmart, and Hills. By 2001, Sears[1] and JCPenney had closed as well, leaving only a few small stores and the Hoyts Cinema left. Camillus Commons In 2003, the entire mall was torn down[6], except for Bon-Ton, the newly constructed freestanding Applebee's, the P&C Supermarket (now Tops), the attached Eckerd (now Rite Aid), and the vacant Kmart building, which was sold to the West Genesee School District for extra classroom space while the adjacent school was renovated, and ultimately became the school's bus garage. A new plaza, called Camillus Commons, was constructed on the site of the old mall. Lowe's opened in January 2006, and a Wal-Mart Supercenter moved from Fairmount Fair in June 2006. A Bank of America branch, Sylvan Learning Center and Verizon Wireless store were built on to the back of the Bon-Ton building. References ^ a b Paul Allen (1999). "Camillus Mall to Lose Major Anchor in January". CNY Business Journal. http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3718/is_199912/ai_n8878075. Retrieved February 19, 2007.  ^ "Kallet Drive-In, Camillus, NY". Cinema Treasures. http://cinematreasures.org/theater/8789/. Retrieved February 19, 2007.  ^ "Kallet Drive-In Theatre". CinemaTour. http://www.cinematour.com/tour/us/13802.html. Retrieved February 19, 2007.  ^ Joseph A. Porcello. "2 new stores, company's expansion to add 425 jobs" (PDF). Post Standard, The (Syracuse, NY). http://blog.syracuse.com/indepth/2008/01/pugh0308hja1.pdf. Retrieved February 15, 2008.  ^ "Hess's 2 new Syracuse units exceed projected sales by 30%". Daily News Record. August 1984. http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb4298/is_198408/ai_n14959911. Retrieved February 14, 2008. [dead link] ^ "Demolition Starts on Camillus Mall". Post Standard, The(Syracuse, NY). http://nl.newsbank.com/nl-search/we/Archives?p_action=list&p_topdoc=21. Retrieved February 14, 2008.  External links DeadMalls.com writeup