Seminole Mall, St. Petersburg, Florida

The Seminole Mall was dedicated on November 4, 1965, a project developed by  Jesse W. Johnson, Richard C. Johnson and Stuart S. Golding and designed by Frank Mudano. The main anchor was a Publix supermarket. An expansion took place in 1969 and the entire complex was reinaugurated on February 12, 1970.

SEMINOLE MALL...considered to be one of the most attractive shopping malls on the west coast with colorful murals of the life of the Seminole Indians surrounding the walls above the shops. The mall is located on 78th Avenue North, just west of St. Petersburg.