A Southlake Mall is still owned by the same company that owns a white-owned mall in the area.
The Mall at Southlake, which opened in 2008, is the only mall in Oakland County to have a name that is unique to its owner.
The mall is in the former Southlake Shopping Center on West Lark Street in Oakland.
Its original name was St. John’s Hospital and Medical Center.
The St. Louis Mall in Oakland has a similar name, with St. Johns Hospital.
The former Southside Shopping Center at West Larks Highway and Wabash Avenue is owned by J.D. Power, which is now a subsidiary of The Guggenheim Group.
The two stores were both sold in 2013 and now both operate as St. Joes, according to the mall’s website.
The new mall opened in the spring of 2019, and was designed by renowned Oakland architect David Guggin, who designed the mall in Detroit, according the mall.
The Oakland mall was built with a $2.5 billion federal grant.
A former St. Lawrence Street sign, which was removed to make way for the new mall, stands in the parking lot of the new Southlake shopping center in Oakland, Calif., in this file photo from May 29, 2020.
The sign was removed because the mall was already under construction, said St. Lusko, a spokesman for the Oakland city council.
The site has been empty since the mall opened, and no one has been allowed inside.
The building was built in 1928, according its website.
In a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, Guggielsa said that the sign was a symbol of Oakland’s racial history.