Fashion Square Mall
The property is managed by the Woodmont Company. 
|This topic is well-covered by the wikipedia article Charlottesville Fashion Square|
Simon Property era
Washington Prime Group era
Until 2020 began, the 570,000 square foot facility was owned by the Washington Prime Group, which had reclassified the shopping center as a "non-core property," down from a Tier II property.  A real estate analysis firm, Trepp LLC, indicated in November 2019 that the loan for the mall is in "imminent default." 
Hewitt purchases part of the site
On July 16, 2021, Washington Prime Group auctioned its remaining property on the steps of the Albemarle County Courthouse. The lender bought the property for $20.2 million under the name Charlottesville JP 2014-C21. 
The property is within the footprint of the Rio Road Small Area Plan which offers guidance for redevelopment.
Home Deport era
Occupancy at the mall had dropped to 87.1 in 2015. That reflects the closure of Wet Seal, Body Central and Radio Shack all closed. That figure does not include the closures of New York & Company and Men's Warehouse Tux. To attract customers, mall management has held fashion shows, art exhibits and more. 
Violence at the mall
The mall has been the center of large fights among teenagers and young adults. In March 2010 the mall had to be closed because of a large melee involving over 100 individuals.
In 2012, the mall's management company came under fire following an attempted child abduction that was not reported to police by mall security. A man had grabbed a two-year-old girl in late November 2012. After catching him, security officers let him go and did not report him to authorities. 
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