As far as Tri Towne in Marlton, I never experienced it as an enclosed mini-mall, and I'm not sure that it was a mini-mall, but I could be wrong. It was originally anchored by A&P (later became Superfresh) and Kmart. The Superfresh lasted longer than the Kmart/Sears Essentials, and lasted to shortly after the 70/73 circle was removed and it became slightly easier for those east to reach the Marlton ShopRite for it to lose more customers to ShopRite. As of today, I believe the Marlton ShopRite remains successful and has limited traditional direct competition in Marlton/Evesham and eastern Cherry Hill. Although it competes with Aldi, Trader Joes and Whole Foods, Rastelli's, and the grocery section inside Target and Wal-Mart. Most of those are niche stores to some extent, and the Wal-Mart isn't a Super Walmart. Acme was under ownership changes and somehow missed serving Marlton/Evesham, Giant doesn't service South Jersey, and Wegmans also doesn't service Marlton, although it's Mt. Laurel store is about 15 mins away. Here are some cool photos that I found of some of the Marlton shopping centers: A&P and Super Fresh in Marlton, N.J. The Cinnaminson Mall was an enclosed mini-mall that I wish that I saw. Cinnaminson Mall It was before my time, but I remember when it was a very large dead shopping center, before it became redone into the Shoppes at Cinnaminson. And, I think there were 1-2 more mini-malls off the Route 130 corridor. While I originally had a peculiar interest in the Route 130 corridor, there are too many traffic lights, it's somewhat downscale, it seems overdeveloped and all turns are jug handles, which make access to some of the retail centers challenging.