IronTiger Posted March 7, 2013 Share Posted March 7, 2013 OK, I recently went to Northwest Mall and was amazed how even though it was long past glory days, it was still relatively well occupied. It was the first time I had ever gone there in person. What I want to know more about is that little building in front of Foley's / Macy's. I seem to remember that it was a CiCi's Pizza until a few years ago, but what it did it start out as? The answer came when I was looking for a PDF of the mall, it had a site plan with Foley's, JCPenney, an outparcel movie theater (later SRO, now El Chapparal?), a tiny post office (even closer to the freeway, gone by '95), "JCPenney T.B.A." (the old JCPenney auto center, later Firestone), and "Foley's T.B.A." (this building). Was it a Foley's Auto Center? I mean, there was one downtown, so it's not out of the question entirely, is it? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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