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    Scottsdale Galleria

    There was a sort of irrational exuberance about real estate development in the ’80s. A lot of buildings were being built, a lot of things were being sold, a lot of buildings were being destroyed, and a whole lot of people were getting wealthy. This mall was a kind of ill-conceived idea that was sort [...]

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    Montgomery Mall

    The Montgomery Mall has been largely abandoned by major retailers and the public in recent years, however there was a time in the late sixties and seventies when this was a hugely popular place to shop and the main retail destination for the residents of Montgomery, and it also thrived in the eighties and nineties [...]

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    Tacoma South Shopping Center

    The Mega Foods shopping center was constructed in the late 1980s. The main anchor store, Mega Foods, was one of the first of the mega warehouse-type stores, and was the largest in Washington at the time. Now, there are some interesting stories about some of these places. The Round Table for example used to be [...]

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    Original Outlet Mall in Kenosha, WI

    Demolished in 2005, the Original Outlet Mall in Kenosha, WI had an interesting life, going from being one of the earliest examples of the now ubiquitous indoor factory shop style outlet malls to its demolition in order to develop a new multi purpose community shopping center. The Original Outlet Mall in Kenosha was first built [...]