Cloverleaf Mall Cinemas (#2)
7201 Midlothian Turnpike,
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Previous Names: Cloverleaf Eight Cinemas
This was a separate building way at the back of the mall site. It opened on April 1, 1988 and replaced the Cloverleaf Mall Cinemas (#1) twin screen located inside the mall, which had opened in 1972. The twin screen was made into an 8 bay food court. The 8-screen Cloverleaf Mall Cinemas (#2) closed in October 2001.
The mall was the first large scale indoor mall in Richmond, it was “The Shopping Center of Richmond” and had a Sears, the East Coast’s largest JC Penny, Thalhimers which later became a Hechts (May Co.) and over 75 other stores.
The entire mall closed in 2008, and as I write this in April of 2012, this once premier shopping destination in the Richmond area is being demolished. At the same time the largest Kroger Market Place Store in the Mid-Atlantic region is being built on the site. Also to be built is retail, restaurants, offices and 350 multi-family residences. You will never know Cloverleaf Mall or the cinemas were on the site! The only thing being left is the Bank of America building. The new name is Stonebridge.
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