The Edison Mall in Fort Myers, Florida is an indoor shopping center opened in 1965 that has since expanded numerous times. Owned by Simon Properties, the mall proper has only one story, though some of the stores have two floors.
As of 2015, the anchor stores for the Edison Mall are JCPenney, Sears, two Macy's stores and Dillard's. This mall was the first in the nation to put rival stores Penney's and Sears under the same roof. The mall contains over one million square feet and has a capacity for more than 160 stores and eating establishments. A lifestyle center wing is part of a more recent renovation project.