In the 1970s North Texas experienced a huge growth spurt. Fox and Jacobs, and other homebuilders were meeting the home buyers needs as quickly as they could. Neighborhoods were quickly taking over once open fields and farmland throughout the Dallas Fort Worth areas.
With people moving into the once bare subdivisions, other needs also became on the rise. Grocery stores, schools, playgrounds, restaurants, movie theaters, roller rinks, gas stations, and the beloved 70s, 80s and 90s mega malls were being built. Malls were the place everyone could enjoy. All ages could be spotted in a mall spending time doing everything from shopping, working, skating, hanging out, seeing movies, and eating.
Today, lifestyles have changed, and many malls have not survived for one reason or another. Amazon has affected many malls, and so has online shopping in general. There have been a handful of malls that have adapted over the years. In Forth Worth, Texas one mall has been able to stand the text of time.
Hulen Mall is one of those malls that has survived and is busier than ever. Built in 1977, in the middle of the growth boom in North Texas, Hulen Mall opened its doors to shoppers. Today, this mall is anchored by three major department stores and contains 116 specialty shops.
You can enjoy one of the many restaurants including BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse, Abuelo’s or Red Robin. You can also shop at all your favorite stores such as Coach, Francesca’s, Brighton, Buckle, MAC and Godiva. The anchor stores in Hulen Mall are Macy’s, Sears and Dillard’s.
The neighborhoods surrounding Hulen Mall have also survived the changes of the decades. The diverse subdivisions are all filled with beautiful homes that range from the famous ranch style built by Fox and Jacobs, to gorgeous specialty mansions sitting on beautiful green hills overlooking the Downtown Fort Worth skyline.
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