The original Macomb Mall tower sign on a Gratiot corner may remind Metro Detroit of the 1960s and the suburban shopping center construction that pulled generations of consumers from traditional downtowns into single buildings anchored by Sears, Crowley and SS Kresge. But now the retro sign also is signaling a rebirth for the mall in Roseville, a few miles northeast of Detroit, MLive reported. Once close to closing, Macomb Mall now boasts a wave of new tenants and upgrades — and 95 percent occupancy across its 900,000 square feet.

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