River Oaks Center is located at the southeast corner of River Oaks Drive and Torrence Avenue in Calumet City, Illinois, USA. It opened in 1966 and was a development of KLC Ventures, a firm that included the pioneering developer Philip M. Klutznick and offers 122 stores.
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River Oaks Center Mall Phone : +1 708-868-5574
Email : N/A
Weekdays hours: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Weekends hours: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
River Oaks Center Mall Address : 96 River Oaks Center Dr, Calumet City, Illinois 60409
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Directions and locations to River Oaks Center: 96 River Oaks Center Dr, Calumet City, Illinois 60409.
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About River Oaks Center Mall
River Oaks originally opened as an outdoor mall with one minor and two major department stores. The original anchors were Marshall Field’s, which built a 275,000-square-foot (25,500 m2) store, Sears, and a branch of Edward C. Minas Company, which was based in nearby Hammond, Indiana. Other major stores included a Jewel supermarket and Osco Drug at the south end, and a S. S. Kresge dime store next to Sears. Kresge closed in 1987 and became a movie theater, while the closure of Jewel made way for a McDonald’s restaurant and a second theater complex. Many of the stores in the mall in its first 20 years were outposts of Chicago retailers, including Chas A. Stevens, Kroch’s and Brentano’s and C.D. Peacock.