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Nov 28, 2004 · I need a photo of the monkey cage at Hughes & Hatcher Store at Northland Mall in Southfield, MI. I would really appreciate any help anyone could give me. Help me locate the photo and you will receive an autograph book about Northland Mall. Please contact me at the [email protected] 3:23 PM, September 11, 2015
Brand-new businesses are setting up shop in and around Hatcher Road. There’s a new Circle K at 7th Street and Hatcher, and the enormously popular Little Miss BBQ opened a …
Jun 02, 2010 · Milledgeville Mall, originally known as Hatcher Square Mall, is one of several quirky small malls found in middle Georgia. It seems that all of these were built by the same company, since they are inside almost total clones of each other. The others I noted as …Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins
More details about Hatcher Point Mall According to our records, this business is located at 2215 Memorial Dr. in Waycross (in Ware County), Georgia 31501, the location GPS coordinates are: 31.2002691 (latitude), -82.3234055 (longitude).City / suburb: Waycross, GA
Sears at Hatcher Point Mall will have a dramatically refined interior developed for the company by FRCH Design Worldwide, a New York-based architectural firm. It will feature the company's "softer side" - clothing, shoes, jewelry and accessories.
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Shoppers actually enter the corridor in the door there, which goes into the mall right in front of the mall entrance. The owner, Bill Adler's father was my dad and uncle's "right hand man" Harold Adler! A liquor store called "The Cork Shop" was on the right as you entered the main entrance but it had no mall entrance. Known organization president is Joseph Disanto. Goody's I wish really wasn't coming back not because it doesn't help, but because it creates an overkill of lower-middle department stores offering no incentive to shop there for anything besides clothes in those stores. It made an otherwise dull mall somewhat interesting. I loved playing with my car while they tried to make me put on my scratchy new clothes. Yall have to much of the same crap I am helping his family by packing up his clothes etc. Email addresses are never displayed. Not quite what you're looking for? Your email address will not be published. Members of the Hatcher Urban Business Alliance the HUB , as well as residents from the nearby West Sunnyslope Neighborhood Association and other community volunteers, celebrate their first neighborhood clean up event in October Jackie Burke May at am Reply. I bet the young population in the town as a whole now completely despises this mall. One Comment. I'm still looking for photos from before renovation began, or perhaps even before the renovation. I found pics of the Dublin Mall renovation that showed the mall entrance as Belk Matthews. Anonymous July 11, at AM. I was saddened when it closed. Hm, this is a cool little mall. All of these malls share a common thread: they are partly a strip mall, very small, all have a Belk formerly Belk Matthews and JCPenney and all contained at least one large store not accessible to the mall itself. Help me locate the photo and you will receive an autograph book about Northland Mall. Our Advertisers. I vaguely remember it being located in a mall. While they could have split the original they would have needed to absorb some more space to fit in three. In , the Hatcher Road Committee was formed and along with outside partnerships, developed an overlay district which would improve walkability and tree cover along the roadway. It was a clothing store?? Thank you to all the people who support the restoration and clean up of our beautiful neighborhood. This would make a perfect Books-A-Million or Borders. Similar companies. Pine Crest Motel. JT: Long time, my man. All news. They didn't even attach an outside entrance. There was a Hardee's in the front parking lot. In trying to date it, I flipped out the sweatband and found a price tag Rite-Aid formerly Eckerd is on the left and additional Belk space is on the right at the end of the hallway. A wide array of hardware, appliances and electronics and lawn and garden products including customers' favorite brands such as Kenmore and Craftsman also will be offered. It was an exciting time to work in that department. Thanks for the information on the mall signs: the current one really does look old-school. Thank you! That could have been the case at Milledgeville and Dublin Malls; I just don't know why they would do it that way. Other employees were waiting for customers to come to them. Be the first to write a review about your experience with the company. Yeah, the Wal-Mart moved out in either the late 90's or early 's to a SuperStore just a few miles away. I came across one at an auction this past weekend. Gary Farnum Midland, TX garyallen mygrande. Guess what? I would have loved to have stayed on after the holidays.
I found them to be one of the best men's stores in the country. But the economic crunch of the 80's sank this prestigeous business. You're not gonna believe this, but I'm a guy living in western NC. It's beautiful hat. In trying to date it, I flipped out the sweatband and found a price tag The hat was called the "Twenty" was because that was the price when it was sold in the late '40s. You can't get the amazing quality of felt like this anymore, and they don't make men's stores like this anymore either. I found this after googling a business named on a WWI draft card that belonged to my grandfather's uncle. I think that my great grandfather was the Hatcher in this business! Does anyone have any more history of this business? It was a clothing store?? I was the punk ass white boy living over on Joy Rd and Greenfield in the late sixties wearing the best Hughes and Hatcher had to offer. Sad that my mom had to work all the time so I could look so fine. Mom would give me the card as she was comfortable with what I could buy there. Didn't appreciate this 'honor" till later in life, as I continue to seek out men's stores just like this Detroit great without much success! In the later years, late 70's? He worked at the downtown store, Northland and finally Birmingham. I can remember as a kid late 50's early 60's visiting the Northland store where they had a large cage of live monkeys on public display. I guess Northland was the first or largest "shopping center" of its kind in the country. He worked strict commission and sometimes it was the best of jobs while the next week you were bust- a hard way to make a living - but he loved it. I miss him. I remember going there and they had the most awesome selection of ladies wool suits and wool dress coats even in plus sizes. Everything that I tried on,looked amazing and their sales lady knew just how to dress a person. I found a Hughes Hatcher Suffrin clothes hanger in my closet. I am wondering if anyone is interested in it for sentimental reasons. I would like someone to have this antique if it means something to someone. I live in Alpena, MI. I found this blog while researching my grandfather who was a 35 year employee of Suffrin then Hughes hatcher Suffrin. I would be very interested in your hanger if it's still available! Kathylahaie comcast. I am putting it into a collection but I would like originals, not something off the internet. Thank you - please send to jerrynaftalynorthland gmail. I have been fortunate to find some very nice vintage suits on eBay and some of the suits have labels in them with the name Harry Suffrin, Detroit. I would really appreciate any help anyone could give me. Help me locate the photo and you will receive an autograph book about Northland Mall. Please contact me at the writewing3 gmail. The store fronts all had multiple window displays and changing the displays required a couple days work by a display crew. Two crews worked on a rotating schedule, taking care of all the Detroit metropolitan area stores and Ann Arbor. Always an interesting job. Stores began to close and all their mannequins were shipped to the display warehouse. I remember being assigned the task of matching up all the arms and hands to their rightful owner's. It was a monumental task considering there were two rooms full of mannequins. I had no idea this existed. My dad was Max Pincus. Check out Will Leather in midtown Detroit. The owner, Bill Adler's father was my dad and uncle's "right hand man" Harold Adler! Glad to know people still remember the stores. As a young man growing up in Detroit, s, I'd pass Hughes Hatchers everyday while walking from Cass Tech to downtown to catch the bus to the East Side. I always wanted to shop there but never had that kind of money. Then finally, just before joining the Air Force, I was able to purchase an Italian knit sweater from there. For years it was my prized possession in clothes.
Anonymous July 11, at AM. Anonymous June 7, at AM. Goody's is gone, of course, leaving an empty space, and Sears closed its small department store on May 9 of this year. Waycross Schools. Waldenbooks was in this part. Rite-Aid formerly Eckerd is on the left and additional Belk space is on the right at the end of the hallway. It was a great store with great people. My memory is fuzzy. I guess Northland was the first or largest "shopping center" of its kind in the country. October 21, at AM. Anonymous June 2, at AM. New stores!!!!!!!!!!! Fuji Express. She looked at me like I was a little crazy when I panicked and said I was actually going to purchase it. Hatcher Point Mall Memorial Dr. I was the punk ass white boy living over on Joy Rd and Greenfield in the late sixties wearing the best Hughes and Hatcher had to offer. Promote your business locally, online! They held fashion shows inside the Mall of their clothing, easter egg hunts inside the store at Easter, costume contests during Halloween with a clown handing out candy to the kids throughout the store while the parents shopped. I certainly remember your father Max Pincus. Please, for everybody's sake that tries on clothes in those two rooms-change the carpet. But the economic crunch of the 80's sank this prestigeous business. The look is fairly close. It's beautiful hat. Rite-Aid formerly Eckerd has its own outside entrance on the front of the mall. Similar companies. But Lobo, a trained architect, is also interested in integrating the arts as a way to beautify the street and attract new businesses and residents. Wal-Mart came in later and left in ' It was really great store, sadly most of these kind of stores no longer exist. Approaching center court with front entrance in the background. I always wanted to shop there but never had that kind of money. One Comment. This apparently serves as the only actual entrance to JCPenney. I like ones where there are Kmarts inside, haha. There was space left over behind Goody's and Office Max that went unused due to the fact that it was not visible from the road, until just in the past few months when one of those for-profit "universities" opened up there. Yes, according to mother, who has also lived here all her life, the original large anchor was Woolco. Looking back from former Goody's toward Belk. There is another mall on the same model in Georgia -- in Waycross. Other employees were waiting for customers to come to them. In the later years, late 70's? Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. Its in very good condition so I'll keep and put it in a shadow box in remeberance of my uncle and a time gone buy. Add a company Sign In. At the very bottom of that page, in the right column, is a picture of Ruby Tuesday at Milledgeville Mall. I am wondering if anyone is interested in it for sentimental reasons. The fist Wal-Mart in Milledgeville occupied the space after Woolco shut down. I have lived in Milledgeville all my life and tend to remember details about malls and other retail activity around here. I came across one at an auction this past weekend.
My grandfather was known as the "man who moved Milledgeville" because there were no stores or retail centers out on Hwy when he built the mall. And now it is one of the busiest intersections in town. Great article on Milledgeville's Mall. There is another mall on the same model in Georgia -- in Waycross. The Mall at Waycross has the same design, the same original anchors Belk, Penneys, Goody's, and a Sears store that was added behind Belk about 12 years ago. Goody's is gone, of course, leaving an empty space, and Sears closed its small department store on May 9 of this year. Waycross' mall is struggling as well, and would be closed if it wasn't for Belk and Penneys. Like the other malls in your post, there is an intriguing mix of national chains Rue 21, Foot Locker, Claire's, Cato as well as funky local shops including a teddy bear factory that is no relation to the national chains. I personally think the reason both are struggling is because the new owners are money hungry and charge to much for rent plus on top of the rent they get a percentage of any profit stores make. How much does Mall at Waycross look like these? It has no website and obviously isn't Hull Storey Gibson which makes me wonder if it has been renovated. Unfortunately, I haven't been through Waycross since I am betting the Sears wing will end up closing if it has no outside access otherwise. The look is fairly close. The same basic cross shape applies, with approximately the same size as these other malls. When you enter the front entrance, Penneys will be to your right down the longer hall, Belk to your left, and the empty Goody's straight ahead beyond the mall's center. The Sears wing can only accomodate 4 spaces, and has one outside entrance, tucked away behind the back of Belk hard to find if you aren't looking. Surprisingly, there is a tattoo parlor in that wing, but no other space is occupied. It doesn't look renovated to me; the flooring is brick and tile -- a relic of the s-early 70s style. Perhaps I can find some photographs for you. Yeah, the Wal-Mart moved out in either the late 90's or early 's to a SuperStore just a few miles away. I drive by this mall at least three or four times per year as it's on our way to my in-laws house, but I've never been inside. I always assumed it would be mostly dead. It's good to see it's still alive and kicking. As far as I, it's not even going to be a controlled access highway for the most part. I don't think it will carry more traffic than US currently does and practically wraps around the mall. The only thing this mall has to worry about from that perspective is any attempt by to bypass town. They have a habit of doing that with but with all the construction they've done in the past decade in the area I imagine if bypassing Milledgeville were even on the table, they would've done so already. Hm, this is a cool little mall. I like ones where there are Kmarts inside, haha. Good work on the blog! The Wal-Mart moved out in the early to mids. JT: Long time, my man. Until or so the Belk store appeared to have not been renovated since its opening. The front sign sadly I didn't take a picture was retro in all-lower-case letters and looked like a wedge. This mall is something to be exploited due to Lake Sinclair's proximity and the movement of many to outlying towns. Wal-Mart came in later and left in ' The biggest enemy of the mall is its landlocked status; how far can it expand? In a college town, even with the ravages of layoffs from Rheem and the prison, there is room for a good bookstore. There's hope for the Goody's spaces at Dublin and Milledgeville Malls. While its not a bookstoe, I've heard that TJX, the parent company of TJ Maxx and Marshalls among other stores is looking into a ton of these old Goody's spaces around the state for expansion since their stores are doing fairly well in this economy. I'm fairly certain the old Goody's at Waycross mall is already being renovated into a TJ Maxx and I've seen them popping up in Malls and strip centers more and more around the Atlanta Metro too. Your caption "JCPenney made no effort architecturally at all when this store was built. They didn't even attach an outside entrance. Shoppers actually enter the corridor in the door there, which goes into the mall right in front of the mall entrance" is incorrect. The brick-arch look was actually built in the last year or two, long after the renovation. To the right of your JCPenney picture is the actual mall side entrance that is opposite the one in your fifth photo. I'm surprised you didn't photograph the exterior of this mall entrance; it is not hard to see by any means, and looks like a miniature version of the main front entrance. The story I was told about the Hatcher name was that a Hatcher family owned the land that the mall was built on, and to commemorate them after the land was sold, the mall was named after them. I find the first comment anonymous to be more believable - however, there is a fenced-ion family cemetery in the woods to the right of Office Max with the letter H on it Hatcher? I haven't been able to get to it yet, but I plan to try someday.