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Lost Malls

Lost Malls Visit a new site related to retail architecture and the changing experiences resulting from 'disposable' designing....

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Suffering from Mall-aise?

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This site does not work unless you participate by sharing your memories. Share your mall stories, pictures, videos - post them here for the shoppers of tomorrow to see what they missed in our retail world of today! Check out one of our newest posting here NaugatuckValleyMall and one of our newest contributors here Mark Jones.

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This site does not work unless you participate by sharing your memories. Share your mall stories, pictures, videos - post them here for the shoppers of tomorrow to see what they missed in our retail world of today! Check out one of our newest posting here NaugatuckValleyMall and one of our newest contributors here Jim Shine.

October 05, 2007, at 08:33 PM by df - malls in the news
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Malls continue to be of interest to people in unusual ways - consider An Apartment at the Mall

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Rude People

Well, we seem to have some rude schmuck trying to spam our site with garbage so if you want to upload and or edit a page and are asked for a password - let me know.

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Well, we seem to have some rude schmuck trying to spam our site with garbage so if you want to upload and or edit a page and are asked for a password let me know.

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Well, we seem to have some rude schmuck trying to spam our site with garbage so if you want to upload and or edit a page and are asked for a password - it's mall as in Mall Memories......die spammers.

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Well, we seem to have some rude schmuck trying to spam our site with garbage so if you want to upload and or edit a page and are asked for a password - it's mall as in mall memories......die spammers.

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Well, we seem to have some rude schmuck trying to spam our site with garbage so if you want to upload and or edit a page and are asked for a password - it's mall as in Mall Memories......die spammers.

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Rude People

Well, we seem to have some rude schmuck trying to spam our site with garbage so if you want to upload and or edit a page and are asked for a password - it's mall as in mall memories......die spammers.

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Mall Memories

The only constant is change as we are reminded over and over. The "mall" as we know it today is changing too. In many areas malls are either demolished completely or are modified and updated to the point they no longer really qualify as a mall. The famous Mega-Malls from the mall glory days of the 70's and 80's are being demolished to make way for new retail shopping concepts. The most popular new concept? Lifestyle Centers. Some of the largest regional malls around are actually being converted by removing the roof! Presto Changeo - it's a Lifestyle Center!

One of the most famous malls of all time, the Sherman Oaks Galleria - known for it's role in movies like "Valley Girl", "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", "Commando" and others - has lost the roof and gone Lifestyle Center.

If the concept seems familiar, it's because we have been here before. Whats old is new again. The roof was added to the Lifestyle Centers of old to create the mall concept. Now, being back out in the elements has new appeal for shoppers. Who wants to be be dry and comfortable!? :)

Mall Memories is a place where YOU can share your favorite memories of your favorite malls, if they are still open and going strong, abandoned or even completely demolished.

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This site does not work unless you participate by sharing your memories. Share your mall stories, pictures, videos - post them here for the shoppers of tomorrow to see what they missed in our retail world of today! Check out one of our newest posting here NaugatuckValleyMall and one of our newest contributors here Mark Jones.

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Mall Memories

The only constant is change as we are reminded over and over. The "mall" as we know it today is changing too. In many areas malls are either demolished completely or are modified and updated to the point they no longer really qualify as a mall. The famous Mega-Malls from the mall glory days of the 70's and 80's are being demolished to make way for new retail shopping concepts. The most popular new concept? Lifestyle Centers. Some of the largest regional malls around are actually being converted by removing the roof! Presto Changeo - it's a Lifestyle Center!

One of the most famous malls of all time, the Sherman Oaks Galleria - known for it's role in movies like "Valley Girl", "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", "Commando" and others - has lost the roof and gone Lifestyle Center.

If the concept seems familiar, it's because we have been here before. Whats old is new again. The roof was added to the Lifestyle Centers of old to create the mall concept. Now, being back out in the elements has new appeal for shoppers. Who wants to be be dry and comfortable!? :)

Mall Memories is a place where YOU can share your favorite memories of your favorite malls, if they are still open and going strong, abandoned or even completely demolished.

What/Who

This site does not work unless you participate by sharing your memories. Share your mall stories, pictures, videos - post them here for the shoppers of tomorrow to see what they missed in our retail world of today! Check out one of our newest posting here NaugatuckValleyMall and one of our newest contributors here Mark Jones.

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Mall Memories

The only constant is change as we are reminded over and over. The "mall" as we know it today is changing too. In many areas malls are either demolished completely or are modified and updated to the point they no longer really qualify as a mall. The famous Mega-Malls from the mall glory days of the 70's and 80's are being demolished to make way for new retail shopping concepts. The most popular new concept? Lifestyle Centers. Some of the largest regional malls around are actually being converted by removing the roof! Presto Changeo - it's a Lifestyle Center!

One of the most famous malls of all time, the Sherman Oaks Galleria - known for it's role in movies like "Valley Girl", "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", "Commando" and others - has lost the roof and gone Lifestyle Center.

If the concept seems familiar, it's because we have been here before. Whats old is new again. The roof was added to the Lifestyle Centers of old to create the mall concept. Now, being back out in the elements has new appeal for shoppers. Who wants to be be dry and comfortable!? :)

Mall Memories is a place where YOU can share your favorite memories of your favorite malls, if they are still open and going strong, abandoned or even completely demolished.

What/Who

This site does not work unless you participate by sharing your memories. Share your mall stories, pictures, videos - post them here for the shoppers of tomorrow to see what they missed in our retail world of today! Check out one of our newest posting here NaugatuckValleyMall and one of our newest contributors here Mark Jones.

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Mall Memories

The only constant is change as we are reminded over and over. The "mall" as we know it today is changing too. In many areas malls are either demolished completely or are modified and updated to the point they no longer really qualify as a mall. The famous Mega-Malls from the mall glory days of the 70's and 80's are being demolished to make way for new retail shopping concepts. The most popular new concept? Lifestyle Centers. Some of the largest regional malls around are actually being converted by removing the roof! Presto Changeo - it's a Lifestyle Center!

One of the most famous malls of all time, the Sherman Oaks Galleria - known for it's role in movies like "Valley Girl", "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", "Commando" and others - has lost the roof and gone Lifestyle Center.

If the concept seems familiar, it's because we have been here before. Whats old is new again. The roof was added to the Lifestyle Centers of old to create the mall concept. Now, being back out in the elements has new appeal for shoppers. Who wants to be be dry and comfortable!? :)

Mall Memories is a place where YOU can share your favorite memories of your favorite malls, if they are still open and going strong, abandoned or even completely demolished.

What/Who

This site does not work unless you participate by sharing your memories. Share your mall stories, pictures, videos - post them here for the shoppers of tomorrow to see what they missed in our retail world of today! Check out one of our newest posting here NaugatuckValleyMall and one of our newest contributors here Mark Jones.

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May 27, 2007, at 03:08 AM by df - Changed latest add to Mark Jones and NaugatuckValleyMall
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This site does not work unless you participate by sharing your memories. Share your mall stories, pictures, videos - post them here for the shoppers of tomorrow to see what they missed in our retail world of today! Check out one of our newest posting here South Square Mall and one of our newest contributors here Mark Jones.

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This site does not work unless you participate by sharing your memories. Share your mall stories, pictures, videos - post them here for the shoppers of tomorrow to see what they missed in our retail world of today! Check out one of our newest posting here NaugatuckValleyMall and one of our newest contributors here Mark Jones.

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This site does not work unless you participate by sharing your memories. Share your mall stories, pictures, videos - post them here for the shoppers of tomorrow to see what they missed in our retail world of today! Check out one of our newest posting here South Square Mall and one of our newest contributors here Mark Jones.

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The "mall" as we know it today is changing; in many areas it's leaving! More and more of the Mega-Malls built in the 70's and 80's are being demolished to make way for new retail shopping concepts, including "plaza" type open air malls or Lifestyle Centers as they are now known. Some of the largest regional malls are actually being converted by removing the roof and calling it a Lifestyle Center! One of the most famous malls of all time, the Sherman Oaks Galleria - known for it's role in movies like "Valley Girl", "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", "Commando" and others - has lost the roof and gone Lifestyle Center.

If the concept seems familiar, it's because we have been here before. Whats old is new again.

Mall Memories is a place where YOU can share your favorite memories of your favorite malls, if it's open and going strong, if it's boarded up or even if it has been demolished.

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The only constant is change as we are reminded over and over. The "mall" as we know it today is changing too. In many areas malls are either demolished completely or are modified and updated to the point they no longer really qualify as a mall. The famous Mega-Malls from the mall glory days of the 70's and 80's are being demolished to make way for new retail shopping concepts. The most popular new concept? Lifestyle Centers. Some of the largest regional malls around are actually being converted by removing the roof! Presto Changeo - it's a Lifestyle Center!

One of the most famous malls of all time, the Sherman Oaks Galleria - known for it's role in movies like "Valley Girl", "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", "Commando" and others - has lost the roof and gone Lifestyle Center.

If the concept seems familiar, it's because we have been here before. Whats old is new again. The roof was added to the Lifestyle Centers of old to create the mall concept. Now, being back out in the elements has new appeal for shoppers. Who wants to be be dry and comfortable!? :)

Mall Memories is a place where YOU can share your favorite memories of your favorite malls, if they are still open and going strong, abandoned or even completely demolished.

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Mall Memories is a place where YOU can share your favorite memories of your favorite malls, if it's open and going strong, if it's boarded up or even if it has been demolished.

Share your mall stories, pictures, videos - post it here for the shoppers of tomorrow to see what they missed!

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Mall Memories is a place where you can share your favorite memories of your favorite malls, if it's open and going strong, if it's boarded up or if it has been demolished.

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The "mall" as we know it today is changing; in many areas it's leaving! More and more of the Mega-Malls built in the 70's and 80's are being demolished to make way for new retail shopping concepts, including "plaza" type open air malls or Lifestyle Centers as they are now known. Some of the largest regional malls are actually being converted by removing the roof and calling it a Lifestyle Center! One of the most famous malls of all time, the Sherman Oaks Galleria - known for it's role in movies like "Valley Girl", "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", "Commando" and others - has lost the roof and gone Lifestyle Center.

If the concept seems familiar, it's because we have been here before. Whats old is new again.

Mall Memories is a place where you can share your favorite memories of your favorite malls, if it's open and going strong, if it's boarded up or if it has been demolished. If you have stories, pictures or video - post it here for the kids of tomorrow to see what they missed!

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Mall Memories is a place where you can share your favorite memories of your mall, if it's open and going strong, if it's boarded up or if it has been demolished.

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The "mall" as we know it today is changing. More and more of the Mega-Malls built in the 70's and 80's are being demolished to make way for new retail shopping concepts, including "plaza" type open air malls or Lifestyle Centers as they are now known. Some of the larger regional malls are actually being converted by removing the roof of the mall and calling ut a Lifestyle Center! If the concept seems familiar, it's because we have been here before. Whats old is new again.

Mall Memories is a place where you can share your favorite memories of your favorite malls, if it's open and going strong, if it's boarded up or if it has been demolished.

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