Northland Center is a shopping mall located at the intersection of Northwestern Highway and Greenfield Road and 8 Mile Road in Southfield, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan, United States. Construction began in 1952 and the mall opened on March 22, 1954.
Northland was a milestone for regional shopping centers in the postwar United States. Designed by Victor Gruen, the mall initially included a four-level Hudson's with a ring of stores surrounding it. In the 1960's it was joined by a modernistic cinema with Detroit's first Cinerama screen. The mall was enclosed in the 1970s and expanded several times in its history. Managed by Jones Lang LaSalle since 2008, Northland Center features approximately 100 stores, the two major anchors are Macy's and Target, with three additional anchor spots available.