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    Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, OK

    The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City is sadly, a mall that is clearly on its way out, with many people in the area suggesting that without serious investment and renovation it will lose its remaining anchor stores in the next few years. While the location is prime for development, potentially as a retail and residential [...]

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    Eastland Mall in Tulsa, OK

    The Eastland Mall in East Tulsa was originally opened in 1984, and at that time was hugely popular with residents of this area of the city who had previously had to travel quite a long way to have access to the kind of stores that were featured here. At around the same time, the existing [...]

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    Northtowne Square Mall Toledo, Ohio

    Northtowne Square Mall was a Simon property that opened in north Toledo in 1980. It gave Toledo, a city of roughly 240,000 people a fifth enclosed mall. (The Greenwood Mall, located less than two miles away converted to a strip mall called Alexis Park in 1982. Interestingly, the tile pattern at Value City still leads [...]

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    Tryon Mall Charlotte, North Carolina

    Tryon Mall is located in Charlotte, North Carolina, and it could make a great museum of a dead mall, because it’s preserved from the 1960s or 1970s, and it hasn’t been much updated since its initial construction either. It’s parking lot, for example, consists of just crumbling asphalt, and it’s scarred by potholes, and it [...]

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    Saratoga Mall

    This mall opened in 1974 as one of the Pyramid Company’s first three malls, the Pyramid Mall at Saratoga. The other two were the Pyramid Mall at Ithaca (still retains this name today), and the Pyramid Mall in Plattsburgh, which came to be known as Champlain Centre South, which is now a strip mall. At [...]

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    Marketplace Mall Cicero, NY

    This mall opened in 1984 next door to Penn Can Mall. Though not really the “traditional” mall, it served it’s purpose. There was a very 80′s Price Chopper(an Albany, New York based chain of supermarkets), and a few smaller stores. These smaller stores, however, were very different from what you would find in a regular [...]

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    Penn Can Mall Cicero, NY

    This mall opened in 1975 with a Sears, and about 70 or so stores. This mall was the top mall in Syracuse at Its time. The mall was expanded in the early 80′s with a Caldor, and about 10 more stores. In 1984, another mall, Marketplace Mall, opened up next door to this mall. Marketplace [...]

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    Winrock Center Mall Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Albuquerque had a couple of different malls built in 1960, and one of them was Winrock Center and one of them was Coronado. Strangely, they were right across the way from Luisiana Blvd. from one another. Since I went there in 1984, Coronado has been the biggest mall, but Winrock has also done a fine [...]

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    Echelon Mall Voorhees, NJ

    Echelon Mall is next biggest mall in all of the southern part of New Jersey. It’s the second biggest mall in all of that county too, which just follows the Cherry Hill Mall. It opened at a previous airport called Echelon, and the mall was referred to as Echelon. It was a component of a [...]

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    The Shore Mall Egg Harbor Township, NJ

    The Shore mall is a mall that’s enclosed in Egg Harbor Township, in New Jersey, on both Routes 322 and 40, and it’s near the Garden State Parkway and Cardiff Circle. It opened in the 1970s with a Stern’s and a Steinbach. It’s tine sole mall in the whole area that’s currently open that also [...]