- Court at King of Prussia
The Court is linked to the main section of the mall (known as the "Plaza") by a covered outdoor walkway, which features an array of plants, benches, and jazz music. Its anchor stores are Macy's and Bloomingdale's. It originally had a third anchor, Abraham & Straus, which sold its store in 1988 to Strawbridge and Clothier, which subsequently relocated to the former Wanamaker location at The Plaza in 1996 upon its acquisition by May Department Stores Co. Its spot was redeveloped as the shopping complex's newest section, the Pavilion at King of Prussia. Stores in this section include a branch of Borders Books and Music, a double-level Urban Outfitters, Five Below and The Cheesecake Factory. One of the complex's three food courts is also located in the Court. The Court houses more upscale shops than the Plaza, and was also the original concept of The King of Prussia Mall.
The other section of the mall, the Plaza at King of Prussia, is much larger than the Court.
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