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Shopping malls in the South Florida metropolitan area

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 27. Chapters: Shopping malls in Broward County, Florida, Shopping malls in Miami-Dade County, Florida, Shopping malls in Palm Beach County, Florida, Palm Beach Mall, Sawgrass Mills, The Mall at 163rd Street, Aventura Mall, Dadeland... Viac o knihe

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 27. Chapters: Shopping malls in Broward County, Florida, Shopping malls in Miami-Dade County, Florida, Shopping malls in Palm Beach County, Florida, Palm Beach Mall, Sawgrass Mills, The Mall at 163rd Street, Aventura Mall, Dadeland Mall, CityPlace, Town Center at Boca Raton, Mizner Park, The Grand Doubletree, List of shopping malls in the South Florida metropolitan area, Dolphin Mall, The Falls, Miracle Marketplace, Boynton Beach Mall, Bal Harbour Shops, Southland Mall (Miami, Florida), Pompano Citi Centre, Village of Merrick Park, The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale, Downtown at the Gardens, Miami International Mall, Bayside Marketplace, The Mall at Wellington Green, Broward Mall, The Shops at Sunset Place, CocoWalk, Coral Square, The Shops at Mary Brickell Village, The Gardens Mall, Mall of the Americas, Westland Mall, Shoreland Arcade, Pembroke Lakes Mall, Galeria International Mall. Excerpt: The Palm Beach Mall was a shopping mall in West Palm Beach, Florida. It was the first fully-enclosed, climate-controlled mall developed in Florida. Despite clear visibility from Interstate 95 and two major renovations, strong competition from newer shopping destinations, high area crime rates, and ultimately tentative speculation on redevelopment, the shopping center is perceived a dead mall, and closed in early 2010. Three stores remain open: J. C. Penney and George's Music which have outdoor entrances, and a Firestone outparcel. The mall's current owner, Orix, along with the City of West Palm Beach are currently looking into luring IKEA and Bass Pro Shops to occupy the site. The Wonderfall fountain in the mall's center court with Jordan Marsh seen on the left (circa late 1960s)When the mall originally opened on October 26, 1967, it was touted by its developer, the Edward J. DeBartolo Corporation, as the largest mall in the Southeastern United States. The founding anchors included J.C. Penney's, which moved from its historic store downtown on Clematis Street about three miles southeast, Jordan Marsh, and Richards. By the end of the decade, the mall also featured Walgreens, Lerner Shops, Food Fair, Woolworth, and The Mall Cinema 1-2-3-4 quadraplex. The Palm Beach Mall was expanded and renovated in 1980, in conjunction with the addition of Burdines (which also previously had a presence downtown) sporting a parking garage and Lord & Taylor. Sears moved into Richards space in 1980, which closed the same year following a statewide liquidation. The shopping mall's terrazzo floor was also replaced with tiles. Furthermore, when Pantry Pride (formerly Food Fair) closed in 1987, a food court called Treats was developed from its space. Concepts popular in the 1980s, including skylights and a lofty ceiling, were introduced to the Palm Beach Mall at this time. The 2000 renovation replaced most of the malls interior fixtures, redesigned the food court (this time calling it "Sea

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2013
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781155960876

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