After years of delay on plans to replace Valley View Mall in Dallas with and entirely new community, several remaining mall tenants confirmed Friday they have been told they must leave by next month.
Isabel Moyron has run Isabella's Flowers, Crafts and Gifts at the mall for the past 7 years.
"They bring us a memorandum," she said. "We expected that, anyhow. We were ready." Show Full Story
When she first started shopping at the mall many years ago, she could not afford rent at what was at that time a very busy place.
"It used to be full, with all kinds of stores, like a regular mall," she said.
Over the years the shopping center declined and Developer Scott Beck bought most of it to make way for Midtown.
At a groundbreaking on June 23, 2017, Beck started demolition of a parking lot structure on the back side of the mall, promising to begin work on the plan for high-rise apartments, offices and new stores on the vast mall parking lots.