Below is a list of Summit Mall stores' new locations. Though most merchants have already moved out of the bankrupt mall in anticipation of the announced June 6 closing date, the mall will remain open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. until further notice.
Sears, The Bon-Ton, Save-A-Lot, M&T Bank, Bank of America and Summit Pediatrics will remain open for business.
Tuxedo Junction will stay at the Summit, renting retail space from anchor tenant Sears, which owns its portion of the property.
Rainbow Tropical Fish will open around the corner from the Summit at 2314 Niagara Falls Boulevard.
Niagara Landing Wine Shop will not relocate, but maintains a retail store at its winery at 4434 Van Dusen Road in Lockport.
Niagara Falls Vineyard will continue services at its home church at 5604 Lindbergh Avenue in Niagara Falls.
Laux Sporting Goods will open Saturday at the Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls near Honey's restaurant.
Summit Life Outreach pregnancy support center will reopen June 16 at 1622 Pine Avenue in Niagara Falls.
Alan Geldin Audiology has moved to 60 Pine Avenue in Niagara Falls.
EGW Personnel Services, a staffing company, has moved to Suite 259 of the Wurlitzer building at 908 Niagara Falls Boulevard in North Tonawanda.
Radio station WJJL will broadcast from the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center at 1201 Pine Avenue in Niagara Falls.
Niagara County Community College, which invested in an extensive buildout at the mall just four years ago, will relocate its satellite classes to the school's main campus on Saunders Settlement Road.
M Star Loan has moved to 27 North Long Street in Williamsville.
Summit Park Pharmacy will relocate roughly two miles away to suite 100 at 2578 Niagara Falls Boulevard in Niagara Falls.
Generations Music is negotiating a Military Road location, near the Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls.
V-Twin Cycles, a motorcycle parts and accessories seller, will relocate its 1,700-square-foot store to a 5,000-square-foot one at 533 River Road. It will be adjacent to its existing cycle service center.
Cut & Shop, a salon which just recently moved to the Summit from the Fashion Outlets, is negotiating space in the Pine Plaza on Niagara Falls Boulevard in Niagara Falls.
The Avon Beauty Center is negotiating a space near Transit Road and Main Street in the Transit neighborhood of Clarence and Williamsville.
Beacon Christian Books is moving to Military Road in Niagara Falls.
Niagara Cerebral Palsy is headed around the corner for 10158 Niagara Falls Boulevard in Niagara Falls.
Transcom call center, Leon's Pizza, Cardiology of Niagara, Seasons Hallmark, chain clothing store Deb, Perfect Stitch and Bridal, and Macri's Restaurant are currently shopping new space in Niagara County.
The Niagara Experience Players performance group and Wheatfield Community Church could not be reached for comment.
---Samantha Maziarz Christmann