Castleton Square Mall
Riding off of the achievement of Lafayette Square Mall on the city side, DeBartolo proposed two additional, similar malls. Ground was broken for the mall 1970 and it opened in September 1972 with four anchors.
At that time, there was very little improvement in Castleton. In the years that followed growth sprang up on all sides adjacent to the mall, most of it retail using a few residential apartment complexes and office buildings combined in. From the early 1990s, the Castleton corridor was built up.
Construction was started in 1990 to get a fifth anchor on the south side of the mall. L. S. Ayres opened its Castleton Square place in 1992, and a sixth food and anchor court was added in 1999. The subsequent calendar year, the mall underwent an extensive renovation.
In 2012, the mall expanded both End Line and H&M, introduced Off Broadway Shoes to the Sears wing, also moved Forever 21 into the prior Borders distance out front.
On May 31, 2018, it was declared that the Sears store would be closing in September 2018, along with 62 other people across the nation. Simon Malls later on is going to have a redevelopment of the soon-to-be-vacant Sears store in the mall. That way the shoppers can finish shopping and then learn all about Indiana Dunes State Park.
This climate controlled mall boasts four key department stores, a food court, play area, and specialty stores which range to the fashions of women to sporting goods. Among the 130 stores, this shopping jar includes Forever 21, H&M, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Macy's and Lego.
Shoppers will also find fascinating dining choices from a sit down restaurant such as McAlister's Deli to grab and go options like Chick-fil-A or Maki of Japan. Top off your visit with a picture at our 14 screen AMC Theatre.
Castleton Square is conveniently located off I-465, exit Allisonville Road. In the entire staff at Castleton Square, we look forward to your visit soon! More info