Altamonte Mall | Shopping mall in Altamonte Springs, Florida

Altamonte Springs, Florida, a suburb of Orlando, is home to the super-regional retail center known as Altamonte Mall. With one vacant anchor that was originally Sears, the mall's anchors are Dillard's, JCPenney, and Macy's. Other noteworthy tenants include H&M, Forever 21, Apple Store, AMC Theatres, Pandora Jewelry, and Barnes & Noble. The center, which is third in size overall by square footage in Central Florida after The Mall at Millenia and The Florida Mall, is the largest enclosed, traditional retail mall in Seminole County.

Altamonte Mall Altamonte Springs Florida
Altamonte Mall Altamonte Springs Florida

The same anchors that Orlando Fashion Square had when it first opened a year prior, Robinson's of Florida, Burdines, and Sears, were during the inauguration of Altamonte Mall on January 1, 1974. However, Altamonte also had a Jordan Marsh shop.

The first anchor change occurred when J.W. Robinson's sold its Florida locations to Maison Blanche. MB was then acquired by Mercantile in 1992, which was subsequently purchased by Dillard's in 1998.

Jordan Marsh, another initial anchor, was retained in 1991 as a result of Allied locations. A year later, JCPenney opened shop, and Mervyn's acquired seven additional Florida locations from Allied as part of an $80 million offer.

In 2003, Burdines and Macy's amalgamated, and in 2005, they became known simply as Macy's.

235 of Sears Holdings' properties, including the Sears at Altamonte Mall, were split off as Seritage Growth Properties in 2015.

As part of a plan to shut 10 locations countrywide, Sears stated on June 28, 2018, that it would be closed, making it the final original anchor to do so. The store closed on September 30, 2018, and Seritage Growth Properties plans to eventually transform it into shops and hotels.

In 2022, the store's MAC Cosmetics, Finish Line, and Aldo closed.