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    Fox Run Mall – Newington, NH

    New Hampshire is a hot spot for shopping malls and other various retail locations, especially right on the border. The reason for this being the fact that the State doesn’t have any type of sales tax, which saves shoppers a lot of extra money they’d normally be paying at most malls, as well as gives [...]

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    Fairgrounds Square Mall – Muhlenberg PA

    Located just a few miles north of Reading, this enclosed shopping mall been through a decent amount since its creating back in 1980. Fairgrounds Square Mall was built by Interstate Properties and opened in October of 1980, at the time, the two main anchors for the mall were Boscov’s and JCPenney. Currently, the mall is [...]

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    Chestnut Hill Mall

    “The Mall at Chestnut Hill” is a prime example of a mall that doesn’t require a huge amount of space or hundreds of different retailers in order to be successful. The mall is referred to by many different variations of its name such as Chestnut Hill, Chestnut Mall, or simply just Chestnut. Located in the [...]

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    Brunswick Square Mall

    Brunswick Square is located at the intersection of Route 18 and Rues Lane, in the city of East Brunswick. Currently, Brunswick Square offers 769,041 square feet of total retail floor space, and is anchored by a JCPenny as well as a Macy’s. Simon Property Group, which is an owner of various different shopping malls throughout [...]

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    Grand Avenue Mall Milwaukee, WI

    It’s been said that there’ just one place on the globe where you can visit a clown museum, work out, and shop, and that’s Grand Avenue. However, just because it’s a huge downtown area, and there’s a huge food court, and a clown museum, doesn’t mean that it will be successful. The Grand Avenue Mall [...]

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    Landmark Mall in Alexandria, VA

    The Landmark shopping mall in Alexandria Virginia currently has an uncertain future, with most plans seeming to indicate that it will be turned into an open air mall, with much of the existing three story mall structure demolished to make way for a new outdoor mall centering around a couple of the existing anchor stores. [...]

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    Trolley Square Mall

    Trolley Square was a mall that was just a couple of blocks away from the state capitol and Temple Square. It started out as a trolley car barn back in the early 1900s, and it turn dint a shopping center when the 1970s rolled around. It was called a historic site by Utah in 1973, [...]

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    San Jacinto Mall

    During the 1980s this mall had a Service Merchandise, Mervyn’s, JCPenney, Sears, Beall’s, Palais Royal, Foley’s, Montgomery Ward, Walgreen’s, Casa Ole, Piccadilly, large food court, and a second story play area with carousel in the center court. This mall was designed with several corridors and is very large especially for the city of Baytown that [...]

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    Pasadena Town Square

    This is the only mall in the Houston metro area not next to a freeway. Located at Southmore and Pasadena Blvd this mall once boasted Joske’s, Walgreens, Palais Royal and Foley’s as anchors. Joske’s was taken over and renamed a Dillard’s in 1989 and a Sears was built as a new anchor in the mid [...]

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    Valley View Mall in Dallas, TX

    In recent years the Valley View Mall in Dallas has become one of the number of Dallas malls that has essentially failed. This is largely due to the competition from malls like the enormous Northpark Mall and the glamorous, upmarket Galleria Dallas, both within just a few miles of Valley View’s location in one of [...]