West Acres Shopping Center
3902 13th Ave. S
Fargo, Cass County, North Dakota
West Acres Shopping Center is a regional shopping mall located in Fargo, North Dakota near the intersection of Interstate 29 and 94. It is the largest mall in North Dakota.
It also includes nearly 130 stores and services, a 750-seat food court, and The District, a collection of indoor & outdoor restaurants.
West Acres Shopping Center was developed in August 1972. In December 2012, the mall reached full occupancy.
An original centerpiece within the mall is the Fountain of Abundance, created and refurbished by Minnesota State University Moorhead art professor, P. Richard Szeitz. The fountain was originally located in front of Dayton's and was later moved to the JCPenney front entrance in 2001 during the construction of the food court.
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