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    Great Neck Plaza

    Metropolitan New York City’s first regional shopping center was built in the Village of Great Neck Plaza, which is part of the Town of North Hempstead, on New York’s Long Island. GREAT NECK PLAZA, an open-air “strip center”, was built by developer Sol Atlas, with ground being broken in June, 1950. The center opened for [...]

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    Eastern Hills Mall

    The Eastern Hills Mall in Buffalo, NY is somewhat divisive, with some local people believing that with the right love and attention this mall could make a comeback to its former glory, and other feeling that this is one of those malls that has left its best days far behind it and would be better [...]

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    Voorhees Town Center

    Southern New Jersey’s vibrant mixed use destination comprising the finest in retail, dining, office, and residential offerings! Come rediscover Voorhees and take a stroll down Town Center Boulevard. At he Mall you will find Boscov’s, Macy’s and a blend of national and regional specialty shops, plus a bustling food court, offer a wide array of [...]

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    The Crossroads Mall in Omaha, Nebraska

    The Crossroads Mall opened in Omaha, Nebraska, and it did so in the ’60s. It was a really serious event. The mall was an initial indoor mall done in a new style. It had anchors, food courts, and escalators. The mall brought in big weekend crowds, and it was the spot for entertainment and shopping [...]

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    Conestoga Mall

    Conestoga Mall is a shopping mall that’s enclosed. It was opened in 1974. It’s in Grand Island, Nebraska. There are a large number of stores there like Chinese Massage, Dillard’s, Hobby Town USA, Lenscrafters, and Riddle’s Jewelry. The mall hours are from 10 AM to 9 PM on Monday through Saturday. The mall hours on [...]

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    Battlefield Mall in Springfield, MO

    Battlefield Mall is a Simon Properties Mall located in Springfield, Missouri. It is currently undergoing an expansion on its east side to accomodate new tenants, including Macy’s. While the work is being done, traffic through the parking lot is simply being re-routed, and no other businesses are being affected. Previously, the mall had undergone a [...]

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    Metrocenter Mall

    There was a ton fanfare when this mall opened up in 1978, and there were about 120 shops, a couple different levels of stores, and over one million square feet. Some of the anchor stores were Gayfers, McRae’s, Dillard’s, and Sears. This was the mall that single-handedly brought down Jackson Mall, and it’s been rebuilt [...]

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    Owings Mills Mall

    The Owings Mills Mall is a mall in north western Baltimore County that has had quite a rise and fall in popularity over the three decades since it opened. Touted as an upmarket mall full of top end designer retailers and high quality specialty stores when it opened in 1985, close to the newly built [...]

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    Auburn Mall in Auburn Maine

    Auburn Mall actually opened on August 7, 1979. It’s a little regional mall, and it’s only one story, and it holds about 58 stores. It’s located in an area that turned into a retail area of the Lewiston and Auburn area. The mall had a Zayre and a Sears, but it was sort of small, [...]

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    Park Fair Mall in Des Moines Iowa

    Des Moines’ first enclosed mall was the Park Fair mall. It opened up in 1956 at the corner of Euclid and 2nd in Highland Park, in the north part of town. It was a pretty tiny mall, at just over 300,000 square feet or so, between the basement and the main level. It was anchored [...]