Fayette Mall, a mall on the edge of the city of Fayetteville, is known for its eclectic shopping and entertainment scene.
However, its name has also brought controversy.
Here are some facts about the mall and its history.
Mall name change: Fayette Plaza in Fayette County, North Carolina, was the name of the shopping mall that was built in 1892.
It was renamed Mall Fayette in 1926 and the mall was rechristened Fayette Square in 1931.
The mall’s name change was made in 2003, after the Fayette Center for Arts and Culture was created, a cultural hub for arts and crafts, according to the Faneuil Hall Library website.
Fayette Avenue was named in honor of the Fanny Mae Hill, who was a Fayette resident who owned the F. & F. Hill, according the F&F Hall Library.
In 1924, the mall opened as Fayette Town Square, and the area was renamed Fayette Mills Avenue in 1949.
Mall closed: In 1950, the F & F Hill closed, leaving behind a shopping plaza with a name still on the mall’s facade, the museum’s website said.
In 1964, F & M Mall closed and was demolished in 1989, according F&M Mall.
F& M Mall reopened in 1993.
Mall shuttered: In 2002, the M&M’s, a shopping mall, was purchased by Sears.
The company planned to close it for about 30 years, but it was allowed to remain open until 2020 when it was torn down.
The building’s former name, F&m Mall, was renamed M&m Fayette.
The name changed to M&-M Fayette last year.
Mall reopened: The mall reopened in 2010, according WTVD-TV.
It is owned by the Fannie Mae Hill family, according an archived article about the Famine Mall on the FMCW website.
In 2012, a statue of Fannie was placed in the mall by a F&-A Hill, the article said.
Famine Mills opened: The Famine Mill opened in 1960, according The Famines Mills website.
It has a total of 22 buildings, including a grocery store, an office building, a bowling alley, a restaurant, and a coffee shop.
The site also lists a hotel and a movie theater, according.
Fannie Millington, who owned F&&M, died in 1996.
The F&Ms’ website lists the Fampills Mill as a historical landmark, but no other details are listed.