Circle Centre is a shopping mall located in Indianapolis, Indiana. The mall opened in 1995 and is owned by Simon making it a sister mall to Lafayette Square Mall. The mall is notorious for being somewhat crime-ridden and being mostly a dead mall since 2012.


Anchor storesEdit

  • Sears (1995-present)
  • JCPenney (1995-present)

Other storesEdit

  • Gymboree Play & Music (1995-present)
  • GNC (1995-present; to close)
  • Hair Razors (a hair salon; 2009-present)
  • Spirit Halloween (seasonal pop-up store; 2016-present)
  • First Methodist Church Express (2013-present)
  • Pins 'n Needles (a piercing place; 2014-present)
  • Touch Boutique (a women's clothing and jewelry store; 2012-present)
  • 99 Cents Only (2011-present)
  • Circle Dentistry (2013-present)
  • Justice (2005-present)
  • Bath & Body Works (1997-present)
  • Foot Locker


  • Chi-Chi's (1995-present; to close)

Food courtEdit

  • Burger King (1995-present)
  • Subway (1995-present)
  • China Empire (1995-present)


  • Fear Zone (seasonal haunted house attraction; 2011-present)

Former tenantsEdit

  • Aeropostale (1995-2008; replaced with Hair Razors)
  • The Disney Store (1995-2015; replaced with a seasonal Spirit Hallow pop up store)
  • EB Games (1995-2013; replaced with Pins 'n Needles)
  • American Eagle Outfitters (1995-2011; replaced with First Methodist Church Express)
  • Hot Topic (1995-2011; replaced with Touch Boutique)
  • The Children's Place (1995-2010; replaced with 99 Cents Only)
  • Macy's (1995-2010; replaced with Fear Zone)
  • Gap (1995-2012; now Circle Dentistry)