Here is the former Kingwood Deauville Mall which is now a successful hospital. Here is the current directory which does not have the additions which are under construction.
The Deauville Mall Kingwood has a very interesting story. Construction started in 1985 on what was going to be the fourth Houston area Deauville Mall. Near the end of the construction of the mall was when the Deauville company collapsed and lost their other three malls so this mall never opened for business. For a few years Kingwood held community garage sales in the mall parking lot. The Friendswood Development Company took over management of the property and nearly sold the property to Atari the video game company in 1988. The deal fell through and the mall sat for another two years until the property was converted into an upscale hospital and medical center which opened in 1991.
The mall was built at 350,000 square feet and 31 stores were projected to open with the mall in 1986.
Here are two businesses out of the mystery 31 which were going to open at the mall.
Lowe's Kingwood Cinemas
As you can see from the photos below the Deauville style is still in place in many sections of the original mall. There are two major additions under construction which will further increase the size of the hospital.
Here we start with the interior of the former mall looking from North to South. The interior looks very similar to the Spring Deauville Mall which still has many untouched portions of the mall intact. See Deauville Mall North.
This was more than likely the anticipated food court of the mall.
The center court of the mall.
This entrance is currently closed due to the construction of the new three story addition of the mall.
Facing South at the end of the mall towards what was probably once an anchor spot.
A different view of the center court facing Southeast.
Facing North this was probably where another anchor was going to be located.