Euclid Square Mall is a shopping mall in Euclid, Ohio, United States. It was opened in 1977 as a regional mall originally with two anchor stores: local chains Higbee's, and May Co.

History Edit

The beginning Edit

Euclid Square Mall was developed by Jacobs, Visconi & Jacobs; it opened in March 1977 on the site of a former Chase Brass & Copper Co. tubing mill. Originally, the mall comprised more than ninety-two inline tenants, with May Co. and Higbee's as its anchor stores. Higbee's was acquired by Dillard's in 1992. May Co. was consolidated into another division of the parent company, Kaufmann's, a year later. The property at Euclid Square Mall also contained 5 outparcels which included a Toys R Us, Dollar Bank, Stop & Shop, Red Lobster, a convenience plaza, and another bank.

In 1997, expansion plans were announced for lots of new stores. By late 1997, Simon Malls of Indiana acquired Euclid Square Mall from its then-owners, Metropolitan Life Insurance.

Simon did many successful expansion plans to ESM during these years.

From 2004-to the present day, many tenants are moving in. Euclid Square Mall is considered to be the best mall in Ohio, second only to Forest Fair Mall.


Anchor storesEdit

  • JCPenney
  • Dillard's
  • Toys "R" Us
  • Nintendo OH
  • Forever 21

Other storesEdit


  • The Cheesecake Factory
  • Dave & Buster's
  • Baja Fresh

Food courtEdit


  • Showbiz Pizza
  • Billy Beez
  • Cinemark Euclid Square 22 & XD
  • Junior Gym (a family entertainment center similar to Discovery Zone)
  • Euclid Amphitheater