Turfland Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in Lexington, Kentucky, United States. Opened in 1967 as the first shopping mall in Lexington, the mall is a dead mall comprising fewer than ten stores and restaurants, with The Home Depot and Staples as anchor stores. The property is managed by Rubloff Development Group.
In 1997, Rubloff Development Group of Hoffman Estates, Illinois acquired the mall and began $5 million worth of renovations. A year later, the parent company of McAlpin's was acquired by Dillard's, who converted all locations to the Dillard's name. Dillard's later opened a Dillard's for the Home store in the former JCPenney space as well. Montgomery Ward was shuttered in 2001, with its space soon being converted to The Home Depot. Dillard's for the Home closed in April 2008, and Dillard's closed June 22, 2008. General Nutrition Centers (GNC), the last remaining retail unit within the mall, closed July 31, 2008. As of October 1st, 2008 the mall is closed to the public except for Whitaker Bank customers.