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Cool Springs Galleria

CoolSprings Galleria
Location Franklin, Tennessee

35°57′26″N 86°48′50″W / 35.95722°N 86.81389°W / 35.95722; -86.81389Coordinates: 35°57′26″N 86°48′50″W / 35.95722°N 86.81389°W / 35.95722; -86.81389

Address 1800 Galleria Boulevard
Opening date August 7, 1991
Developer CBL & Associates
Management CBL & Associates
Owner CBL & Associates and TIAA-CREF
No. of stores and services 165
No. of anchor tenants 5
Total retail floor area 1,117,689 square feet (103,836.7 m2)
Parking 6,500 spaces
No. of floors 2 (Macy's has 3)

CoolSprings Galleria is an enclosed regional shopping mall in the Cool Springs commercial and residential corridor between Franklin and Brentwood, Tennessee, 15 miles (24 km) south of Nashville. The mall opened in 1991, and has 5 department stores and over 165 stores on two floors totaling 1,117,689 square feet (103,836.7 m2), including the 500-seat Oasis Food Court. CoolSprings Crossings is an adjacent power center.

In May 2011, it was announced that TIAA-CREF would receive 50% ownership of CoolSprings Galleria and several other CBL malls in an attempt to reduce CBL's debt.[2] Sears will close its store at the mall in 2013 and sell it to CBL, who plans to redevelop the space.[3]


  • Dillard's - 207,000 square feet (19,200 m2)
  • J.C. Penney - 103,545 square feet (9,619.6 m2)
  • Macy's - 194,700 square feet (18,090 m2) (formerly operated as Castner Knott 1991-1998, Proffitt's 1998-2001, and Hecht's 2001-2006)
  • Belk - 132,000 square feet (12,300 m2) (formerly operated as Parisian 1994-2007)
  • Sears - 116,000 square feet (10,800 m2)

See also

List of shopping malls in Tennessee


External links

  • CoolSprings Galleria official website
  • Cool Springs

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