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Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Saving Red Bird Mall shouldn’t have to save southern Dallas too

In this Episode

Red Bird Mall is the only enclosed shopping center in southern Dallas. From its opening in 1975 through the mid-90s, the mall was a central gathering place for people living south of Interstate 30. Then it faded. Developers Peter Brodsky and Terrence Maiden sat down to talk about bringing the mall back to life as a health and jobs center and the challenges and stereotypes of doing business south.

C.C. Ward and her husband, Harry Ward, of Duncanville, Texas, drink coffee at the newly opened Starbucks in the parking lot of Southwest Center Mall in Dallas Nov. 30, 2018. The renovated shopping center is now called Red Bird Mall.(Nathan Hunsinger / Staff Photographer)

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