RiverGate Mall

RiverGate Mall
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Rivergate Mall
Location I-65 at Rivergate Pkwy, *Goodlettsville, TN , USA
Opening date 1971 (renovated 1989, 1999, 2011)
Management CBL & Associates
Owner CBL & Associates
No. of stores and services 190 stores
No. of anchor tenants 4
Total retail floor area 1,129,035 square feet (104,890.8 m2)
(GLA)
No. of floors 3
Website www.rivergate-mall.com

Rivergate Mall (officially RiverGate) is a shopping mall located in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. Built in 1971, the mall originally included three anchor stores: JCPenney, Cain-Sloan, and Castner Knott. A wing featuring Sears, dozens of new parcels, and a food court was added in 1989. Linens 'n Things arrived in 2003.[1] This store closed in 2008 and became SmartBuys in 2009. Incredible Dave's, a restaurant and entertainment center, replaced a mall wing in 2012.[2]

The mall has four anchor stores: Sears, Dillard's (the former Cain-Sloan), JC Penney, and Macy's (the former Castner-Knott).

The mall property is owned and managed by CBL & Associates Properties. RiverGate has over 150 stores and over 5,200 parking spaces located on and around the mall property.

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Coordinates: 36°18′11″N 86°41′52″W / 36.302918°N 86.697901°W / 36.302918; -86.697901


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