AUBURNDALE PLAZA

  • Address: 600 Center Street
  • City: Auburn, ME
  • Opening Date: 1965

Auburndale Plaza was the largest shopping center in Auburn when it opened in 1965. It featured a King's department store, a Shaw's supermarket, two banks, a CVS and other smaller stores. In 1967, Deering Ice Cream opened. In 1969 Owen More opened a store at the plaza.

By 1979, the plaza lost its first position when the Auburn Mall opened. King's went out of business in the 80's leaving a large space vacant. In 1985, Shaw's moved in the larger space vacated by King's and the old Shaw's was redeveloped. In 1993, Red Lobster opened between the plaza and Arby's. That restaurant eventually closed in 1998 and was replaced by The Ninety-Nine, a New England chain.

Auburndale Plaza

In 2012 Fashion Bug announced it would close all of its stores including the Auburn location. The Sears dealer store has closed. This plaza is right across the street from a large Kmart store.

Actual tenants

Shaw's

Key Bank

Pet Quarters

GameStop

Day's Jewelers

AAA

99 Restaurant

Closed

King's

Norge Village Cleaning

Deering Ice Cream

Owen More

Androscoggin County Bank

CVS

Red Lobster

Fashion Bug

Sears

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