A circa-'70 site plan of New York's first in-city shopping mall. Encompassing 1,078,700 leasable square feet, and seventy-nine stores, the 50 million dollar venue was built to serve Brooklyn, the most populous of the five boroughs.
One of many classic mall and retro retail internet sites, the MALL HALL OF FAME is a "Mid-mod Mall Museum", centered on American shopping centers built during the mid-20th century (1946-1979). There are short articles, photos, and at least one physical layout drawing for every mall inducted. Please check your favorite mall articles often as new content is frequently being added.