Steve Sander, executive vice president and chief store operations officer for Dunham’s Sports, indicated that the long-term lease was signed on Monday, according to the story.
The store is expected to open in early November.much larger than the Troy, Mich.-based company’s typical store of 55,000 to 60,000 square feet.
The mall has seen a resurgence in tenants in its anchor stores.
Learsi & Co. bought the JC Penney store, which folded in April, in November for $2.5 million. Ross Dress for Less, Joann Fabrics, and Party City will occupy the former JC Penney store, 5900 Durand Ave., according to a story by the Journal Times.