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Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

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During the heyday of consumer society throughout the country, so-called megamalls grew like mushrooms. These were the points of leisure and shopping, designed to force the buyer to spend as much money as possible and thereby ensure GDP growth in the country. In the malls there were shops with crazy discounts, rides, swimming pools and sports fields, cinemas and restaurants, they occupied huge areas. They could wander all day, indulging in rampant shopping, but did not go around completely.
Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Here is a map of abandoned megamolls in the United States. In the photo selection is not all. But the rest is easy to find online.
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Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Rolling Acros was opened in 1975 and expanded several more times. It had over 140 stores. December 31, 2013 he was closed and abandoned. Demolish expensive.
Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Hovtorn Plaza Mull: Hovtorn, Kaliv


Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Hovtorn Plaza was opened in 1977.Hope was pinned on him that he would breathe new life into the slowly sinking city of Hovtorn, but the miracle did not happen. It had 134 stores, but by the end of the 90s this mall had to be closed.

Cloverleaf Mall: Chesterfield City


Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Cloverleaf was opened in 1972 with 40 stores owned by J.C. Penny and Spears. The mall was planned as a family and was a popular place for families to spend their time in the 80s and 70s. But that all changed in the late 90s. Cloverleaf’s main visitors, middle-aged women, began to avoid him because there were too many aggressive young people in him. People more and more often began to see in it aggressive adolescents, hung with piercings and chains, even gangs began to take place in it. No matter how they fought this phenomenon, the shopping center eventually collapsed. In 2007, the mall was closed forever.
Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

North Town Square Mall: Toledo, Ohio


Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

It was opened in 1980 as one of the measures to revive the economy of the city of Toledo. It housed completely unique shops that were not found anywhere else in the area: Chick-fil-A, Camelot Music, CVS and Frederick’s of Hollywood. During the 90s, the economic problems of the city of Toledo only worsened, and tenants began to leave the mall. In 2005, he almost did not work.And in 2013, it was closed officially and forever.
Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Woodville Mall: Northwood, Ohio


Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Woodville, like the other malls of Ohio, did not survive the crisis of the late 1990s. It was opened in 1969, and by the early 2000s it was almost empty. And in 2014 was finally closed.
Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Crestwood Mall: St. Louis


Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

One of the most successful malls of Crestwood was opened in 1956 and worked for almost 55 years. It had 90 stores and 4 fairs. Newspaper St. Louis Today describes the reasons for its closure: "Like many malls in the country, he could not stand the competition with new ways of selling goods, such as trading on the Internet, and new entertainment centers." In 2013, it was closed and put up for sale, if it is sold - the locals would like it to be open again.
Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Dixie Square Mall: Harvey


Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Dixie was opened in 1966 and worked for 13 years. In 1979, episodes of the film “The Blues Brothers” were filmed here. A year after that, the mall was closed, as it became a very dysfunctional criminal place. It still remains abandoned.
Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Turfland Mall: Lexington


Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

It was the first mall opened in Turfland in 1967. It was popular until the mid-90s, before another mall opened in the area. It was closed in 2008.
Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

Randal Park Mall: North Randal, Ohio


Journey through the abandoned US megamollas

The randal was opened in 1976 and closed in 2009. In the 95th there were 120 stores and more than 5,000 employees. In the early 2000s, the mall began to curl. In 2008, he was almost empty. The mall is planned to be dismantled and an industrial park will be created in its place.

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