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    Greenspoint Mall in Houston, TX

    The Greenspoint Mall in Houston is now something of an obscure and unwanted feature, with so many other preferable shopping options in the Houston area, and many believe that these are its final days, with few key stores left to attract foot traffic. In earlier times, however, Greenspoint was a hugely popular and aesthetically quite [...]

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    Highland Mall in Austin, TX

    The Highland Mall was the first major indoor shopping complex in Austin, TX when it first opened in 1971, and remained a bustling and hugely popular place for Austin’s shoppers to go right through the 80′s and much of the 1990′s. However, as the demographics of the area changed with much of Austin spreading out [...]

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    Lincoln Mall Lincoln, Rhode Island

    The Lincoln Mall in Warwick, Rhode Island was built in the mid seventies, and was designed to be an appealing, one story mid size mall. It featured a four screen movie theater, plenty of food options (including the McDonalds which is still present on the site), as well as four anchor stores and about 75 [...]

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    Eastport Plaza Mall in Portland, OR

    There was an awesome Lipmann’s department store that was in the spot that gradually housed Mervyn’s. I’m unclear on who owned the Lipmann’s, but most of them became decommissioned in the early 1980s in Portland. Mervyn’s generally made the mall stay there for a longer period of time than it might have lasted if Lipmann’s [...]

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    Mall 205 Portland Oregon

    Mall 205 is going to be one of the happier stories you read about on this site. It’s currently a mall that’s been redeveloped on the outer east side of Portland, and it’s definitely fought hard, and it’s won its challenge to maintain its business. The mall went through a lot of hard times, and [...]

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    Dayton Mall Dayton, OH

    Located between the south Dayton suburbs of Centerville and Miamisburg, at the intersection of State Routes 725 and 741, the Dayton Mall has undergone many changes since its grand opening in 1970. The center originally opened with three anchor stores; Sears, J.C. Penney and Rike’s (a Dayton-based retailer, which had been acquired by Federated Stores [...]

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    Biltmore Square mall

    The Biltmore Square Mall has gone a lot downhill since 2006. A lot of the big-name stores have just picked up and left, and a lot of them sit vacant right now. There are a lot of stores that have just gone from the mall like GameStop, Sbarro, Hallmark, Walden Books, Goody’s and FYE. There [...]

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    Asian Corner Mall

    The outside looks fine but once you get inside it’s a ghost town. There’s really nothing in here at all besides a gift shop and the Bahn Mi place. Many of the shops are closed and vacant. Otherwise if you’re craving a Bahn Mi that’s the only reason to step on in.

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    Clifton Country Mall

    I have spent the better part of my life watching the Clifton Country Mall rise and fall and I have seen it go from a bustling neighborhood hotspot to a virtual ghost town. The mall opened in 1976 (the U- shaped portion seen below) and was anchored by Denby’s on one end and Mack Drug [...]

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    Cross County Shopping Center

    Developer Sol Atlas built the first open-air shopping mall in the New York City region. It is located in the suburb of Yonkers, on a 71 acre tract, and opened in 1954. The center was among the largest built at the time, with 885,000 square feet of leasable space. The two anchors in the original [...]