Illinois Star Centre, formerly Illinois Centre Mall, was an enclosed shopping mall in Marion, Illinois. Opened in 1991, it used to feature more than 44 stores.
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Illinois Star Centre Mall Phone : +1 618-993-5436
Email : N/A
Weekdays hours: Permanently closed
Weekends hours: Permanently closed
Illinois Star Centre Mall Address : 3000 W Deyoung St, Marion, Illinois 62959, USA
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Illinois Star Centre Hours – Holiday Hours
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Illinois Star Centre Mall holiday hours
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Directions and locations to Illinois Star Centre: 3000 W Deyoung St, Marion, Illinois 62959.
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About Illinois Star Centre Mall
At the time that Illinois Centre Mall was being built, nearby Carbondale, Illinois already had a shopping mall, the University Mall. Because of its proximity, retail analysts predicted that competition between the two cities’ retail sectors would “get pretty cut-throat”. Edward J. DeBartolo Corporation developed the mall, whose initial anchor stores were Dillard’s, Target, Phar-Mor and Sears, which relocated from University Mall. Illinois Centre Mall opened in 1990, resulting in the closure of the Sears at University Mall. University Mall sued Illinois Centre Mall’s developers over the use of a state financing program to relocate the store, although the suit was later dismissed.