Continued Decline: Sneaker Stores and Nail Salons Leave Lycoming Mall | Local business news


Pennsdale, PA – The Lycoming Mall continues to steadily lose stores – Foot Locker, Champs and Europe Nails are the latest additions to the list.

The last day for both shoe stores is Saturday, Jan. 15, according to an associate. On Wednesday evening, workers were seen packing sneakers into boxes at the Foot Locker store. Stores will not be moving to the area, according to the associate. Champs is a subsidiary of Foot Locker.

Europe Nails, located in the Bon-Ton wing of the mall, appeared to be permanently closed Wednesday with a sign outside asking customers to visit their other store at 1933 E. Third Street in Williamsport.

At this point, Lycoming Mall is reduced to around 15 stores. By January 26, Hallmark will leave the mall. Bath and Body Works recently announced plans to move to nearby Lycoming Crossing by March.

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Last month, Dairy Queen and Brennan’s Coffee & Deli closed permanently, leaving Auntie Anne’s as the only remaining restaurant.

Many of the mall’s stores have moved to nearby Lycoming Crossing including Dick’s Sporting Goods, Shoe Dept. and Old Navy.

The mall, located 12 miles east of Williamsport on Interstate 180, lost flagship Macy’s, JC Penney, Sears and Bon-Ton stores between 2017 and 2018. These flagship stores remain empty except for Macy’s, which has been converted to CubeSmart. storage unit. Junior anchor Burlington Coat Factory remains.

A number of other stores and restaurants have left the mall in recent years, including Victoria’s Secret, Hot Topic, Arby’s and Dino’s Italian Bistro.

A call made to mall management for comment was not immediately returned.

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