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Forest Fair mall not for sale

HAMILTON/BUTLER COUNTIES, OH (FOX19) -

The space formerly known as Forest Fair Mall is not for sale, despite several media reports on Thursday.

The 2 million-square-foot mall — previously named Cincinnati Mall, Cincinnati Mills and Forest Fair Mall — was listed for sale this week for $45 million on a commercial property website. One problem, the mall isn't for sale.

Karla Ellsworth, Head of Development for Forest Fair Village, says an unknown and unassociated entity listed the property on the website. The fake lister didn't have the location or square footage correct, Ellsworth said.

According to Forest Fair Village's website, they are planning on welcoming new tenants Bee Fit Health Club​​​​​​​​​ and Cincinnati Sports Zone.

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