The Gulf Deauville Mall opened in 1984 with spaces for 40 inline tenants and was anchored by Houseworks, Builders Square, Lowe's Gulf Cinemas (2), Federated, and The Fair. Designer Depot may have also been here as well, but I could not confirm this. This center was 458,000 square feet and the largest Houston area Deauville Mall.
The Deauville Malls ran into trouble in 1986 and were foreclosed on by First City Bank throughout the year. This mall was foreclosed on again in the early 90's before it was purchased and redeveloped.
(If anybody knows the names of any more comment below)
Nursala's Name Brand Shoes
Siegel's Fashion Station
In 1992 the mall property was sold to Levcor Inc. and the interior mall was gutted and divided into 8 big box store portions. As you can see some of the big box stores take up more than one portion. The new store spaces were gobbled up quickly by Best Buy, Leaps N' Bounds, Sears Homelife, Oshman's Super Sports, Stein Mart, Boater's World, and Oak Crafters Furniture. Currently the former mall is doing great with only a small store space un-leased.
Looking around the property, you can see the signature Deauville Mall wall design that was used in all four malls. Sadly all other evidence of the mall has been erased by the 1992 redevelopment.