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From Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh 59 min
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From Roberto Clemente Bridge, Pittsburgh 50 min
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From Duquesne University - Fisher Hall, Pittsburgh 45 min
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South Hills Village, Bethel Park
South Hills Village, Bethel Park South Hills Village is a two-level shopping mall located in the Pittsburgh suburbs of Bethel Park and Upper St. Clair. It was developed by the Oxford Development Co. as the first shopping complex in Greater Pittsburgh to be built as a fully enclosed structure. The two-level complex is currently owned by Simon Property Group, who acquired it in 1997. It is anchored by Target, Dick's Sporting Goods, Macy's (formerly Lazarus and Horne's) and Sears. The mall features over 130 specialty stores including Abercrombie and Fitch, American Eagle Outfitters, Hollister Co., J.Crew, Ann Taylor Loft, Banana Republic, and an Apple, Inc. store. The mall also houses a food court and several professional offices. South Hills Village was the largest in Greater Pittsburgh until the Monroeville Mall, also built by the Oxford Development Company, opened in 1969. Located across the street from Macy's is the South Hills Village light rail station. This terminal opened for revenue service in July 1985. Businesses located just outside the mall include Eat 'N Park, Carmike 10 Theater, First Niagara Bank, and a Barnes & Noble Bookstore (This appears to be part of the mall, but is only accessible from outside.) Of the 80+ stores and services that opened up South Hills Village on July 28, 1965, two are still in business today: Sears and General Nutrition Center.
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