ENFIELD, Conn. (WWLP) – The Enfield Square Mall is up for auction.
A lifelong resident told 22News he’s concerned his neighbors might lose their jobs if the mall closes.
Businesses go on and then businesses go out. After years of struggling, the Enfield Square Mall is going to auction. The auction date is set for December 10.
A resident told 22News he’s hoping something good comes out of the auction.
“It’s going to hurt our town,” Jason Thibodeau said. “You know, with all the jobs and everything. It’s not a great thing that’s for sure.”
A listing shows the 677,000 square-foot mall, built in 1971, has been appraised at $27.5 million. The starting bid is $3.8 million.
The Target at Enfield Square is owned by the mall and it still has eight more years left on its lease.