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Eastland Mall 5


Address: 18000 Vernier Rd #C300
City: Harper Woods State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Wayne
Notes:
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Open: 1985 Closed: 2000 Capacity: 1098  
Owner: AMC Theatres
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 5827
 
 

11/25/2009 - Charles W. Finley
The hallway that once went down as far as the old theater and food court has since bent rebuilt into a Burlington Coat Factory in 2009.
3/17/2005 - Cactus Bob (Bobby Peacock)
The 5 has been demolished, as well as the old food court next to it. A new food court has been built at the opposite end of the mall, behind Target.
4/1/2004 - John M. Heyka
Originally, and this goes back to the days when the mall was not only smaller but OUTDOORS, the area opposite the theatres was a Stouffers Restaurant. Very upscale place I think the theatre itself was a ladies clothing store. This also pre-dates the food court in between.
1/29/2004 - WaterWinterWonderland
These theatres were once part of Eastland Mall itself, while the Eastland 2 was situated in front of the mall. In the end, like so many other theatres that were linked with shopping centers, they could not survive. The stand alone Eastland 2 has been demolished and the cinemas in the mall itself have gone dark.
Eastland Mall 5 - THE OLD FACADE
THE OLD FACADE

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