A group from New York state purchased the Findlay Mall.
WFIN Radio reported that Kohan Retail Investment Group is known for re-purposing vacant stores inside malls with stores that are considered non-traditional.
That could include call center, entertainment venues, and even drone racing.
New tenants could also include a restaurant component.
J.J. Gumberg, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has managed the mall since the mid 80’s.
Many anchor stores, such as Sears, J.C. Penney and Elder-Beerman have closed stores in the mall over the past few years.