Columbia Mall is an enclosed regional shopping mall in Grand Forks, North Dakota located at the intersection of 32nd Avenue South and Columbia Road. The mall opened in 1978, and was developed by the Dayton Hudson Corporation at a cost of roughly $20 million and offers 71 stores.
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Columbia Mall Phone : +1 701-746-7383
Email : email@example.com
Weekdays hours: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Weekends hours: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Columbia Mall Address : 2800 S Columbia Rd, Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201, USA
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Columbia Mall holiday hours
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Directions and locations to Columbia: 2800 S Columbia Rd, Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201.
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About Columbia Shopping Center
Dayton Hudson experienced fierce competition for a new mall in the city of Grand Forks in 1975. While their proposal was to build a mall at the intersection of 32nd Avenue South and Columbia Road, Inland Construction of Edina, Minnesota wanted to build a mall at 32nd Avenue South and Washington Street, which was quickly dismissed, while a group of local investors and Farber-Kelley Ltd. of Toronto advanced a proposal for a mall at DeMers Avenue and 42nd Street to be called “Marketplace West.”
While Marketplace West was initially preferred by the city planning department, a referendum was called to annex Dayton Hudson’s proposed Columbia Mall site to the city. When it passed, the city council interpreted it as a public endorsement of the Columbia Mall project. The Marketplace West site later became the home of the Alerus Center arena and convention center.