Work continued on the demolition/conversion of the former Sears store at Fayette Mall, 3401 Nicholasville Rd. in Lexington, Ky., Monday, March 8, 2014.  The 150,000 square foot Sears, which closed in January, was an anchor for the original mall, built in 1971. When the south wing was added in 1993, the store became a pass-through between the original and new sections of the mall. A new covered hallway has been constructed to allow patrons access to the entire mall. Part of the new hallway goes through a section of the old Sears and part goes outside. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Work continued on the demolition/conversion of the former Sears store at Fayette Mall, 3401 Nicholasville Rd. in Lexington, Ky., Monday, March 8, 2014. The 150,000 square foot Sears, which closed in January, was an anchor for the original mall, built in 1971. When the south wing was added in 1993, the store became a pass-through between the original and new sections of the mall. A new covered hallway has been constructed to allow patrons access to the entire mall. Part of the new hallway goes through a section of the old Sears and part goes outside. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Work continued on the demolition/conversion of the former Sears store at Fayette Mall, 3401 Nicholasville Rd. in Lexington, Ky., Monday, March 8, 2014. The 150,000 square foot Sears, which closed in January, was an anchor for the original mall, built in 1971. When the south wing was added in 1993, the store became a pass-through between the original and new sections of the mall. A new covered hallway has been constructed to allow patrons access to the entire mall. Part of the new hallway goes through a section of the old Sears and part goes outside. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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