FLORISSANT, MO. - The Jamestown Mall is almost completely gone following the demolition project that started in September.

Jamestown Mall was a staple in Florissant since its opening in 1973. At its peak, it was home to over one hundred stores and services, including a movie theater and four anchor stores. The mall became increasingly vacant throughout the early 2000s until it ultimately closed on July 1, 2014.

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In April 2022, the St. Louis County Council voted to demolish the mall using funds from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. They approved $6 million for the mall’s demolition, which began on Sept. 26, 2023.

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Target Contractors, LLC has overseen the demolition. There are tentative plans to turn the Jamestown Mall site into an open-air shopping center.

Photos courtesy of 618 Drone Service.

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