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Cordova Mall was built in [[1971]] on land purchased from the [[Baars Family Estate]] and developed by Robert B. Aikens & Associates.
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Cordova Mall was built in [[1971]] on land purchased from the [[Baars Family Estate]] and developed by Robert B. Aikens & Associates. It opened on [[August 8]], [[1971]].  
  
 
It is currently owned by the [[Wikipedia:Simon Property Group|Simon Property Group]], which announced its acquisition of the shopping center from the Aikens group on [[January 26]], [[1998]].<ref>http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-20197530.html</ref>
 
It is currently owned by the [[Wikipedia:Simon Property Group|Simon Property Group]], which announced its acquisition of the shopping center from the Aikens group on [[January 26]], [[1998]].<ref>http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-20197530.html</ref>
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Cordova Mall is the largest shopping center in the Pensacola area and the primary hub of the Cordova business district. Located on a large tract in central Pensacola, it is bounded by 9th Avenue, Bayou Boulevard and Airport Boulevard

History[edit]

Cordova-mall-opening-ad-1971.jpg

Cordova Mall was built in 1971 on land purchased from the Baars Family Estate and developed by Robert B. Aikens & Associates. It opened on August 8, 1971.

It is currently owned by the Simon Property Group, which announced its acquisition of the shopping center from the Aikens group on January 26, 1998.[1]

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