Former Jamestown Mall finally has a demolition date

The former Jamestown Mall in Florissant finally has a demolition date after sitting empty for nearly 10 years.

The Florissant community and public officials will mark the start of demolition with a 10 a.m. ceremony Tuesday, Sept. 26.

The mall, a 1.2 million-square-foot structure, first opened in 1973 and shut down in 2014. The 145-acre mall property now sits vacant at the intersection of Old Jamestown Road and North Highway 67.


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