The Deauville North Fashion Mall at 300,000 square feet was anchored by Designer Depot and Federated. There was also nearby shopping center just across the parking lot to the North with Lowe's Theaters and Builders Square (closed) that is listed as being part of the mall property.
Over 50 stores were advertised in the mall, but I was only able to compile a very short list. If anybody knows of more please leave a comment and I will add it to the list.
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Nursela's Name Brand Shoes
Rudy Carbanzo's Family Camp and Seafood Restaurant
Siegel's Fashion Station
The original sign as it stands today.
By 1989, the mall interior was over 90% vacant and the name was changed to Spring Village Center.
Here are some entrances to the mall that are the same style used in all of the Deauville Malls in the Houston area.
This is the one section of the property that has been modified to a strip shopping center style.
The mall building currently has two tile stores, a church, Big Tyme Billiards, and Ace Mart. The interior mall has been closed since possibly the early 1990's.
Here is one of the untouched entrances to the former mall just behind Ace Mart.
Here is a look through the glass door of a former mall entrance into the mall concourse. The inside mall closed sometime in the 1990's but the property never fully closed with the remaining stores maintaining exterior entrances. This is one of the least known malls in the Houston area and never had the success that the larger regional malls had.
Now we move onto the back entrance of the mall where the Designer Depot anchor was located.