|Tilt (San Jacinto Mall)|
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San Jacinto Mall is a regional shopping mall located in Baytown, Texas along Interstate 10. It is currently managed by Triyar Cannon Group. The mall has a gross leasable area of 1,156,000 square feet (107,400 m2). It opened its doors in 1981, housing department stores, a food court (coined "The Market") and other services.
In 2006 the mall's current owner announced that it was putting the mall up for sale, and as of January 2014, demolition of the two wings and construction of the "lifestyle" additions had yet to commence and it is unclear whether this proposal was still being considered or if it was going to be shelved. In 2015, grocery retailer H-E-B planned to open a store in the mall to revive it located at where Montgomery Ward's stood. It was reported on July 16, 2015, that a sale of the mall to Fidelis Realty Partners had been finalized. The mall would be redesigned to an open air complex with the original anchor stores. The project will take three years to complete.
Tilt is a chain of arcade centers that can be found in malls across the United States. The Tilt location at San Jacinto Mall in Baytown, Texas (greater Houston area) was a takeover of the former Power Play arcade and its dilapidated equipment.