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This is a list of current and former notable shopping malls and shopping centers in the United States of America.

Contents
1 Alabama
2 Alaska
3 Arizona
4 Arkansas
5 California
6 Colorado
7 Connecticut
8 Delaware
9 District of Columbia
10 Florida
11 Georgia
12 Guam
13 Hawaii
14 Idaho
15 Illinois
16 Indiana
17 Iowa
18 Kansas
19 Kentucky
20 Louisiana
21 Maine
22 Maryland
23 Massachusetts
24 Michigan
25 Minnesota
26 Mississippi
27 Missouri
28 Montana
29 Nebraska
30 Nevada
31 New Hampshire
32 New Jersey
33 New Mexico
34 New York
35 North Carolina
36 North Dakota
37 Northern Mariana Islands
38 Ohio
39 Oklahoma
40 Oregon
41 Pennsylvania
42 Puerto Rico
43 Rhode Island
44 South Carolina
45 South Dakota
46 Tennessee
47 Texas
48 Utah
49 Vermont
50 Virginia
51 Washington
52 West Virginia
53 Wisconsin
54 Wyoming
55 See also
56 References
Alabama
Main article: List of shopping malls in Alabama
Auburn Mall – Auburn (1973–present)
Bridge Street Town Centre – Huntsville (2007–present)
Brookwood Village – Birmingham (1973–present)
Century Plaza – Birmingham (1975–2009)
Decatur Mall – Decatur (1978–present)
Eastdale Mall – Montgomery (1977–present)
Eastern Shore Centre – Spanish Fort (2004–present)
Eastwood Mall – Birmingham (1960–2006)
Florence Mall – Florence (1978–present)
Gadsden Mall – Gadsden (1974–present)
Heart of Huntsville Mall – Huntsville (1961–2007)
High Point Town Center – Prattville (2008–present)
Jasper Mall – Jasper (1981–present)
Madison Square Mall – Huntsville (1984–2017)
The Mall at Westlake – Bessemer (1969–2009)
McFarland Mall – Tuscaloosa (1969–2016)
Montgomery Mall – Montgomery (1970–2008)
Parkway Place – Huntsville (2002–present)
Pelican Place at Craft Farms – Gulf Shores (2008–present)
Pinnacle at Tutwiler Farm – Trussville (2006–present)
Quintard Mall – Oxford (1970–present)
Riverchase Galleria – Hoover (1986–present)
Selma Mall – Selma (1971–present)
The Shoppes at Bel Air – Mobile (1967–present)
The Shoppes at Eastchase – Montgomery (2002–present)
Southgate Mall – Muscle Shoals (1968–present)
Springdale Mall – Mobile (1959–present)
The Summit – Birmingham (1997–present)
University Mall – Tuscaloosa (1980–present)
Western Hills Mall – Fairfield (1969–present)
Wiregrass Commons Mall – Dothan (1986–present)
Alaska
Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall – Anchorage (1987–present)
Bentley Mall – Fairbanks (1977–present)
Dimond Center – Anchorage (1977–present)
Arizona
Arizona Mills – Tempe (1997–present)
Arrowhead Towne Center – Glendale (1993–present)
Biltmore Fashion Park – Phoenix (1963–present)
Chandler Fashion Center – Chandler (2001–present)
Christown Spectrum Mall – Phoenix (1961–present)
Desert Ridge Marketplace – Phoenix (2001–present)
Desert Sky Mall – Phoenix (1981–present)
El Con Center – Tucson (1960–present)
Estrella Falls – Goodyear (2016–present)
Fiesta Mall – Mesa (1979–2018)
Flagstaff Mall – Flagstaff (1979–present)
Foothills Mall – Tucson (1982–present)
Kierland Commons – Phoenix (2000–present)
La Encantada – Tucson (2003–present)
Los Arcos Mall – Scottsdale (1969–1999)
The Mall at Sierra Vista – Sierra Vista (1999–present)
Mesa Riverview – Mesa (2007–present)
Metrocenter – Phoenix (1973–2020)
Paradise Valley Mall – Phoenix (1978–present)
Park Place – Tucson (1975–present)
Prescott Gateway Mall – Prescott (2002–present)
SanTan Village – Gilbert (2007–present)
Scottsdale Fashion Square – Scottsdale (1961–present)
Superstition Springs Center – Mesa (1990–present)
Tanger Factory Outlet Centers – Glendale (1981–present)
Tempe Marketplace – Tempe (2007–present)
Tri-City Pavilions – Mesa (1968–1998)
Tucson Mall – Tucson (1982–present)
Arkansas
See also: List of shopping malls in Arkansas
Central Mall – Fort Smith (1971–present)
Indian Mall – Jonesboro (1968–2008) (demolished except Sears, which closed in 2017)
The Mall at Turtle Creek – Jonesboro (2006–present)
McCain Mall – North Little Rock (1973–present)
Northwest Arkansas Mall – Fayetteville (1972–present)
Park Plaza Mall – Little Rock (1960–present)
Pavilion in the Park – Little Rock (1985–present)
Pinnacle Hills Promenade – Rogers (2006–present)
University Mall – Little Rock (1967–2007)
California
Main article: List of shopping malls in California
Americana at Brand – Glendale (2008–present)
Anaheim GardenWalk – Anaheim (2008–present)
Anaheim Plaza – Anaheim (1994–present)
Antelope Valley Mall – Palmdale (1990–present)
Arden Fair – Sacramento (1957–present)
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza – Los Angeles (1947–present)
Barstow Mall – Barstow, California (1975–present)
Bay Street Emeryville – Emeryville (2002–present)
Bayfair Center – San Leandro (1957–present)
Bayshore Mall – Eureka (1987–present)
Bella Terra – Huntington Beach (2006–present)
Beverly Center – Los Angeles (1982–present)
Beverly Connection – Beverly Grove, Los Angeles (1989–present)
Brea Mall – Brea (1977–present)
Broadway Plaza – Walnut Creek (1951–present)
Buena Park Downtown – Buena Park (1961–present)
Burbank Town Center – Burbank (1991–present)
Capitola Mall – Capitola (1977–present)
Carousel Mall – San Bernardino (1972–2017)
Chico Mall – Chico (1988–present)
Chula Vista Center – Chula Vista (1962–present)
Citadel Outlets – Commerce (1991–present)
City National Plaza – Downtown Los Angeles (1972–present)
Coddingtown Mall – Santa Rosa (1962–present)
The Collection at RiverPark – Oxnard (2012–present)
The Commons at Calabasas – Calabasas (1998–present)
Del Amo Fashion Center – Torrance (1961–present)
Del Monte Center – Monterey (1967–present)
Desert Fashion Plaza – Palm Springs (1967–1992)
Downtown Commons – Sacramento (2017–present)
Downtown Disney – Anaheim (2001–present)
El Cerrito Plaza – El Cerrito (1958–present)
East Bay Science and Technology Center – Richmond (1976–present)
Eastland Center – West Covina (1957–present)
Eastridge Center – San Jose (1971–present)
Fallbrook Center – West Hills, Los Angeles (1963–present)
Fashion Fair – Fresno (1970–present)
Fashion Island – Newport Beach (1961–present)
Fashion Valley Mall – San Diego (1969–present)
FIGat7th – Los Angeles (1986–present)
Galleria at Tyler – Riverside (1970–present)
Glendale Galleria – Glendale (1976–present)
Great Mall of the Bay Area – Milpitas (1994–present)
Grossmont Center – La Mesa (1961–present)
The Grove at Farmers Market – Los Angeles (2002–present)
Hawthorne Plaza Shopping Center – Hawthorne (1977–1999)
Hillsdale Shopping Center – San Mateo (1954–present)
Hollywood & Highland – Los Angeles (2001–present)
Horton Plaza Mall – San Diego (1985–2020)
Imperial Valley Mall – El Centro (2005–present)
Indio Fashion Mall – Indio (1975–present)
Inland Center – San Bernardino (1966–present)
Irvine Spectrum Center – Irvine (1995–present)
La Cumbre Plaza – Santa Barbara (1967–present)
La Habra Fashion Square – La Habra (1968–present)
La Jolla Village Square – La Jolla (1993–present)
La Mirada Mall – La Mirada (1970s–1990)
Laguna Hills Mall – Laguna Hills (1973–2018)
Lakewood Center – Lakewood (1951–present)
Las Americas Premium Outlets – San Ysidro (2001–present)
Long Beach Plaza – Long Beach (1982–2000)
Long Beach Towne Center – Long Beach (1999–present)
Los Altos Center – Long Beach (1955–present)
Los Angeles Mall – Civic Center, Los Angeles (1974–present)
Los Cerritos Center – Cerritos (1971–present)
Macdonald 80 Shopping Center – Richmond (1950s–present)
MainPlace Mall – Santa Ana (1987–present)
Malibu Country Mart – Malibu (1975–present)
The Mall of Victor Valley – Victorville (1987–present)
Manhattan Village – Manhattan Beach (1982–present)
Marina Pacifica – Long Beach (1973–present)
Metreon – San Francisco (1999–present)
Montclair Place – Montclair (1968–present)
Moreno Valley Mall – Moreno Valley (1992–present)
NewPark Mall – Newark (1980–present)
Northgate Mall – San Rafael (1966–present)
Northridge Fashion Center – Northridge (1971–present)
Northridge Mall – Salinas (1974–present)
The Oaks – Thousand Oaks (1978–present)
One Paseo – San Diego (2019–present)
Ontario Mills – Ontario (1996–present)
Otay Ranch Town Center – Chula Vista (2006–present)
The Outlets at Orange – Orange (1998–present)
Pacific Commons – Fremont (2004–present)
Pacific View Mall – Ventura (1964–present)
Palm Springs Mall – Palm Springs (1959–2005)
Panorama Mall – Panorama City (1955–present)
Parkway Plaza – El Cajon (1972–present)
The Paseo – Pasadena (2001–present)
Platform – Culver City (2016–present)
Plaza West Covina – West Covina (1962–present)
The Promenade – Woodland Hills, Los Angeles (1973–present)
Promenade on the Peninsula – Rolling Hills Estates (1981–present)
Promenade Temecula – Temecula (1999–present)
Pruneyard Shopping Center – Campbell (1964–present)
Puente Hills Mall – City of Industry (1974–present)
The Quad at Whittier – Whittier (1953–present)
Redlands Mall – Redlands (1977–2010)
Santa Maria Town Center – Santa Maria (1976–present)
Santa Monica Place – Santa Monica (1980–present)
Santa Rosa Plaza – Santa Rosa (1983–present)
Santana Row – San Jose (2002–present)
Serramonte Center – Daly City (1969–present)
Sherman Oaks Galleria – Sherman Oaks (2002–present)
Sherwood Mall – Stockton (1979–present)
The Shoppes at Carlsbad – Carlsbad (1969–present)
The Shops at Mission Viejo – Mission Viejo (1979–present)
The Shops at Montebello – Montebello (1985–present)
The Shops at Tanforan – San Bruno (1971–present)
Simi Valley Town Center – Simi Valley (2005–present)
Solano Town Center – Fairfield (1981–present)
Somersville Towne Center – Antioch (1966–present)
South Bay Galleria – Redondo Beach (1985–present)
South Coast Plaza – Costa Mesa (1967–present)
SouthBay Pavilion – Carson (1973–present)
Southland Mall – Hayward (1964–present)
Stanford Shopping Center – Palo Alto (1955–present)
Stoneridge Shopping Center – Pleasanton (1980–present)
Stonestown Galleria – San Francisco (1952–present)
Stonewood Center – Downey (1958–present)
Sunnyvale Town Center – Sunnyvale (1979–2018)
Sunrise Mall – Citrus Heights (1971–present)
Sunvalley Shopping Center – Concord (1967–present)
Town Center at Corte Madera – Corte Madera (1958–present)
Universal CityWalk – Universal City (1993–present)
Vallco Shopping Mall – Cupertino (1976–present)
Valley Plaza – North Hollywood, Los Angeles (1951–present)
Valley Plaza Mall – Bakersfield (1967–present)
Victoria Gardens – Rancho Cucamonga (2004–present)
The Village at Corte Madera – Corte Madera (1985–present)
The Village at Orange – Orange (1971–present)
Vintage Faire Mall – Modesto (1977–present)
Visalia Mall – Visalia (1964–present)
Weberstown Mall – Stockton (1966–present)
West Hollywood Gateway – West Hollywood (2004–present)
West Valley Mall – Tracy (1995–present)
Westfield Century City – Los Angeles (1964–present)
Westfield Culver City – Culver City (1977–present)
Westfield Fashion Square – Sherman Oaks (1962–present)
Westfield Galleria at Roseville – Roseville (2000–present)
Westfield Mission Valley – San Diego (1961–present)
Westfield North County – Escondido (1986–present)
Westfield Oakridge – San Jose (1971–present)
Westfield Palm Desert – Palm Desert (1982–present)
Westfield Plaza Bonita – National City (1981–present)
Westfield San Francisco Centre – San Francisco (1988–present)
Westfield Santa Anita – Arcadia (1974–present)
Westfield Topanga & The Village – Canoga Park (1964–present)
Westfield UTC – San Diego (1977–present)
Westfield Valencia Town Center – Santa Clarita (1992–present)
Westfield Valley Fair – San Jose (1986–present)
Westgate Center – San Jose (1975–present)
Westlake Shopping Center – Daly City (1951–present)
Westminster Mall – Westminster (1974–present)
Westside Pavilion – West Los Angeles (1985–2019)
Whittwood Town Center – Whittier (1961–present)
The Willows Shopping Center – Concord (1977–present)
Yuba Sutter Mall – Yuba City (1990–present)
Colorado
Belmar – Lakewood (2004–present)
Chapel Hills Mall – Colorado Springs (1982–present)
Cherry Creek Shopping Center – Denver (1953–present)
The Citadel – Colorado Springs (1972–present)
Colorado Mills – Lakewood (2002–present)
FlatIron Crossing – Broomfield (2000–present)
Greeley Mall – Greeley (1973–present)
Mesa Mall – Grand Junction (1980–present)
Northfield Stapleton – Denver (2005–present)
Park Meadows – Lone Tree (1996–present)
Pueblo Mall – Pueblo (1976–present)
The Shops at Foothills – Fort Collins (1973–present)
Southlands Lifestyle Center – Aurora (2005–present)
Southwest Plaza – Littleton (1983–present)
Streets at Southglenn – Centennial (2009–present)
Town Center at Aurora – Aurora (1975–present)
Twenty Ninth Street – Boulder (2006–present)
Westminster Mall – Westminster (1977–2011)
Connecticut
Blue Back Square – West Hartford (2008–present)
Brass Mill Center – Waterbury (1997–present)
Chapel Square Mall – New Haven (1967–2002)
Connecticut Post Mall – Milford (1960–present)
Crystal Mall – Waterford (1984–present)
Danbury Fair – Danbury (1986–present)
East Brook Mall – Mansfield (1975–present)
Enfield Square – Enfield (1971–present)
Meriden Mall – Meriden (1971–present)
The Shoppes at Buckland Hills – Manchester (1990–present)
The SoNo Collection – Norwalk (Fall 2019–present)
Stamford Town Center – Stamford (1982–present)
Westfarms – West Hartford (1974–present)
Westfield Trumbull – Trumbull (1964–present)
Delaware
Christiana Mall – Newark (1978–present)
Concord Mall – Wilmington (1965–present)
Dover Mall – Dover (1982–present)
Tri-State Mall – Claymont (1967-2015)
District of Columbia
CityCenterDC — Washington (2015–present)
DC USA — Washington (2008–present)
Georgetown Park — Washington (1981–present)
L’Enfant Plaza — Washington (1968–present)
Florida
See also: List of shopping malls in the South Florida metropolitan area
Altamonte Mall – Altamonte Springs (1974–present)
Artegon Marketplace – Orlando (2002–2017)
Aventura Mall – Aventura (1983–present)
The Avenues – Jacksonville (1990–present)
Bal Harbour Shops – Bal Harbour (1965–present)
Bayside Marketplace – Downtown Miami (1987–present)
Boynton Beach Mall – Boynton Beach (1985–present)
Brickell City Centre – Brickell, Miami (2016–present)
Coastland Center – Naples (1977–present)
Coconut Point – Estero (2005–present)
CocoWalk – Miami (1990–present)
Coral Square – Coral Springs (1984–present)
Cordova Mall – Pensacola (1971–present)
Crystal River Mall – Crystal River (1990–present)
Dadeland Mall – Kendall (1962–present)
Dolphin Mall – Miami (2001–present)
Eagle Ridge Mall – Lake Wales (1996–present)
Edison Mall – Fort Myers (1965–present)
The Falls – Kendall (1980–present)
Festival Flea Market Mall – Coconut Creek (1991–present)
The Florida Mall – Orange County (1986–present)
The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale – Fort Lauderdale (1980–present)
The Gardens Mall – Palm Beach Gardens (1988–present)
Governor’s Square – Tallahassee (1979–present)
Gulf Coast Town Center – Fort Myers (2005–present)
Gulf View Square – Port Richey (1980–present)
Indian River Mall – Vero Beach (1996–present)
International Plaza and Bay Street – Tampa (2001–present)
Lake Square Mall – Leesburg (1980–present)
Lakeland Square Mall – Lakeland (1988–present)
Lakeshore Mall – Sebring (1992–present)
The Mall at 163rd Street – North Miami Beach (1956–present)
The Mall at Millenia – Orlando (2002–present)
Mall at University Town Center – Sarasota (2014–present)
The Mall at Wellington Green – Wellington (2001–present)
Mall of the Americas – Miami (1970–present)
Melbourne Square – Melbourne (1982–present)
Merritt Square Mall – Merritt Island (1970–present)
Miami International Mall – Doral (1983–present)
Midtown DeSoto Square Mall – Bradenton (1973–present)
Miracle Marketplace – Miami (1989–present)
The Oaks Mall – Gainesville (1978–present)
Ocean Walk Shoppes – Daytona Beach (2001–present)
Orange Park Mall – Orange Park (1975–present)
Orlando Fashion Square – Orlando (1973–present)
Oviedo Mall – Oviedo (1998–present)
Paddock Mall – Ocala (1980–present)
Palm Beach Outlets – West Palm Beach (2014–present)
Pembroke Lakes Mall – Pembroke Pines (1992–present)
Pier Park – Panama City Beach (2008–present)
Pompano Citi Centre – Pompano Beach (1970–present)
Port Charlotte Town Center – Port Charlotte (1989–present)
Regency Square Mall – Jacksonville (1967–present)
River City Marketplace – Jacksonville (2006–present)
Rosemary Square – West Palm Beach (2000–present)
St. Johns Town Center – Jacksonville (2005–present)
Santa Rosa Mall – Mary Esther (1976–present)
Sarasota Square Mall – Sarasota (1977–present)
Sawgrass Mills – Sunrise (1990–present)
Seminole Towne Center – Sanford (1995–present)
The Shops at Mary Brickell Village – Brickell, Miami (2006–present)
Shops at Merrick Park – Coral Gables (2002–present)
The Shops at Sunset Place – South Miami (1999–present)
Southland Mall – Cutler Bay (1960–present)
Town Center at Boca Raton – Boca Raton (1980–present)
Treasure Coast Square – Martin County (1987–present)
Tyrone Square Mall – St. Petersburg (1972–present)
University Mall – University (1974–present)
Volusia Mall – Daytona Beach (1974–present)
Waterside Shops – Naples (1992–present)
West Oaks Mall – Ocoee (1996–present)
Westfield Brandon – Brandon (1995–present)
Westfield Broward – Plantation (1978–present)
Westfield Citrus Park – Citrus Park (1999–present)
Westfield Countryside – Clearwater (1975–present)
Westfield Siesta Key – Sarasota (1956–present)
Westland Mall – Hialeah (1971–present)
WestShore Plaza – Tampa (1967–present)
Georgia
Abercorn Common – Savannah (1968–present)
Albany Mall – Albany (1976–present)
Arbor Place – Douglasville (1999–present)
Atlantic Station – Atlanta (2005–present)
Augusta Mall – Augusta (1978–present)
Buckhead Atlanta – Atlanta (2014–present)
Cumberland Mall – Smyrna (1973–present)
Dalton Mall – Dalton (1980–present)
Gallery at South DeKalb – Decatur (1968–present)
Georgia Square Mall – Athens (1981–present)
Greenbriar Mall – Atlanta (1965–present)
Gwinnett Place Mall – Duluth (1984–present)
LaGrange Mall – LaGrange (1979–present)
Lakeshore Mall – Gainesville (1970–present)
Lenox Square – Atlanta (1959–present)
Macon Mall – Macon (1975–present)
The Mall at Stonecrest – Lithonia (2001–present)
Mall of Georgia – Buford (1999–present)
Mount Berry Mall – Rome (1991–present)
North DeKalb Mall – Decatur (1965–2020)
North Point Mall – Alpharetta (1993–present)
Northlake Mall – Atlanta (1971–present)
Oglethorpe Mall – Savannah (1969–present)
Peachtree Mall – Columbus (1975–present)
Perimeter Mall – Dunwoody (1971–present)
Phipps Plaza – Atlanta (1969–present)
Savannah Mall – Savannah (1990–present)
The Shoppes at River Crossing – Macon (2008–present)
Southlake Mall – Morrow (1976–present)
Sugarloaf Mills – Lawrenceville (2001–present)
Town Center at Cobb – Cobb County (1986–present)
Union Station (Shannon Mall) – Union City (1980–2010)
Valdosta Mall – Valdosta (1983–present)
Guam
Agana Shopping Center – Hagåtña (1978–present)
Guam Premier Outlets — Tamuning (Unknown–present)
Micronesia Mall – Dededo (1988–present)
Hawaii
Ala Moana Center – Honolulu, Oahu (1959–present)
International Market Place – Honolulu, Oahu (2016–present)
Kahala Mall – Honolulu, Oahu (1954–present)
Kukui Grove Center – Lihue, Kauai (1982–present)
Pearlridge Center – Aiea, Oahu (1972–present)
Prince Kuhio Plaza – Hilo, Hawaii (1985–present)
Royal Hawaiian Center;- Honolulu, Oahu (1979–present)
Windward Mall – Honolulu, Oahu (1982–present)
Idaho
Boise Towne Square – Boise (1988–present)
Grand Teton Mall – Idaho Falls (1984–present)
Karcher Marketplace – Nampa (1965–present)
Magic Valley Mall – Twin Falls (1986–present)
Nampa Gateway Center – Nampa (2007–present)
Palouse Mall – Moscow (1976–present)
Pine Ridge Mall – Chubbuck (1981–present)
Silver Lake Mall – Coeur d’Alene (1989–present)
Illinois
108 North State Street – Chicago (2008–present)
900 North Michigan Shops – Chicago (1988–present)
Algonquin Commons – Algonquin (2004–present)
Alton Square Mall – Alton (1978–present)
The Arboretum of South Barrington – South Barrington (2008–present
Arlington Town Square – Arlington Heights (2000–present))
Belvidere Discount Mall – Waukegan (1965–present)
Charlestowne Mall – St. Charles (1991–2017)
Cherryvale Mall – Rockford (1973–present)
Chicago Place – Chicago (1991–present)
Chicago Ridge Mall – Chicago Ridge (1981–present)
Cross County Mall – Mattoon (1971–present)
Deer Park Town Center – Deer Park (2000–present)
Deerbrook Mall – Deerfield (1971–present)
Deerfield Square – Deerfield (2000–present)
Eastland Mall – Bloomington (1967–present)
Fashion Outlets of Chicago – Rosemont (2013–present)
Ford City Mall – Chicago (1965–present)
Fox Valley Mall – Aurora (1975–present)
Galleria Center – Algonquin (2006–present)
Geneva Commons – Geneva (2002–present)
Golf Mill Shopping Center – Niles (1960–present)
Gurnee Mills – Gurnee (1991–present)
Harlem Irving Plaza – Norridge (1956–present)
Hawthorn Mall – Vernon Hills (1973–present)
Hickory Point Mall – Forsyth (1978–present)
Illinois Star Centre – Marion (1991–2018)
James R. Thompson Center – Chicago (1985–present)
Lakehurst Mall – Waukegan (1971–2004)
Lincoln Mall – Matteson (1973–2015)
Lincolnshire Commons – Lincolnshire (2006–present)
Lincolnwood Town Center – Lincolnwood (1990–present)
Louis Joliet Mall – Joliet (1978–present)
Machesney Park Mall – Machesney Park (1978–2003)
Market Place Shopping Center – Champaign (1975–present)
Navy Pier – Chicago (1916–present)
North Park Plaza – Villa Park (1980–present)
North Riverside Park Mall – North Riverside (1975–present)
Northbrook Court – Northbrook (1976–present)
Northfield Square – Bradley (1990–present)
Northland Mall – Sterling (1973–present)
Northwoods Mall – Peoria (1973–present)
Oakbrook Center – Oak Brook (1962–present)
Orland Square Mall – Orland Park (1976–present)
Park Forest Plaza – Park Forest (1949–1996)
Peru Mall – Peru (1974–present)
The Plaza – Evergreen Park (1952–2013)
Plaza del Lago – Wilmette (1928–present)
The Promenade Bolingbrook – Bolingbrook (2007–present)
The Quentin Collection – Kildeer (2005–present)
Quincy Mall – Quincy (1978–present)
Randhurst Village – Mount Prospect (2011–present)
Renaissance Place – Highland Park (2007–present)
River Oaks Center – Calumet City (1966–present)
Sandburg Mall – Galesburg (1975–2018)
The Shoppes at College Hills – Normal (2005–present)
The Shops at North Bridge – Chicago (2000–present)
SouthPark Mall – Moline (1974–present)
Spring Hill Mall – West Dundee (1980–present)
St. Clair Square – Fairview Heights (1974–present)
Stratford Square Mall – Bloomingdale (1981–present)
Sutton Park Shopping Center – Streamwood (1975–present)
University Mall – Carbondale (1974–present)
Village Mall – Danville (1975–present)
Water Tower Place – Chicago (1976–present)
Westfield Old Orchard – Skokie (1956–present)
Westridge Court – Naperville (1990–present)
White Oaks Mall – Springfield (1977–present)
Woodfield Mall – Schaumburg (1971–present)
Yorktown Center – Lombard (1968–present)
Indiana
Castleton Square – Indianapolis (1972–present)
Century Mall – Merrillville (1979–2001)
Circle Centre – Indianapolis (1995–present)
Clay Terrace – Carmel (2004–present)
College Mall – Bloomington (1965–present)
Concord Mall – Elkhart (1972–present)
Eastland Mall – Evansville (1981–present)
The Fashion Mall at Keystone – Indianapolis (1973–present)
Five Points Mall – Marion (1978–present)
Glenbrook Square – Fort Wayne (1966–present)
Glendale Town Center – Indianapolis (1958–present)
Green Tree Mall – Clarksville (1968–present)
Greenwood Park Mall – Greenwood (1967–present)
Hamilton Town Center – Noblesville (2008–present)
Haute City Center – Terre Haute (1968–present)
Jefferson Pointe – Fort Wayne (2001–present)
Kokomo Town Center – Kokomo (1963–present)
Lafayette Square Mall – Indianapolis (1968–present)
Markland Mall – Kokomo (1968–present)
Mounds Mall – Anderson (1965–2018)
Muncie Mall – Muncie (1970–present)
River Falls Mall – Clarksville (1990–present)
Southlake Mall – Merrillville (1974–present)
Tippecanoe Mall – Lafayette (1974–present)
University Park Mall – Mishawaka (1979–present)
The Village Shopping Center – Gary (1955–present)
Washington Square Mall – Evansville (1963–present)
Washington Square Mall – Indianapolis (1974–present)
Woodmar Mall – Hammond (1954–2006)
Iowa
Coral Ridge Mall – Coralville (1998–present)
Crossroads Mall – Waterloo (1969–present)
Jordan Creek Town Center – West Des Moines (2004–present)
Kaleidoscope at the Hub – Des Moines (1985–2019)
Kennedy Mall – Dubuque (1970–present)
Lindale Mall – Cedar Rapids (1960–present)
Merle Hay Mall – Des Moines (1959–present)
North Grand Mall – Ames (1971–present)
NorthPark Mall – Davenport (1973–present)
Old Capitol Mall – Iowa City (1981–present)
Quincy Place Mall – Ottumwa (1990–present)
Southern Hills Mall – Sioux City (1980–present)
Southridge Mall – Des Moines (1975–present)
Valley West Mall – West Des Moines (1975–present)
Westdale Mall – Cedar Rapids (1979–2014)
Kansas
The Great Mall of the Great Plains – Olathe (1997–2015. Demolished except for Burlington)
Indian Springs Mall – Kansas City (1971–2011. Demolished)
Leavenworth Plaza – Leavenworth (1967–2015. Demolished except for ACE Hardware and the former Sears)
Legends Outlets Kansas City – Kansas City (2006–present. Outdoor outlet mall)
Manhattan Town Center – Manhattan (1987–present)
Metcalf South Shopping Center – Overland Park (1967–2014. Demolished except for the former Sears)
Mission Center Mall – Mission (1956–2006. Demolished)
Oak Park Mall – Overland Park (1974–present. Largest mall in Kansas and the Kansas City Metropolitan Area)
Town Center Plaza – Leawood (1996–present. Outdoor mall. Formerly home to the only Jacobson’s Department Store in both Kansas City and the state of Kansas)
Towne East Square – Wichita (1975–present)
Towne West Square – Wichita (1980–present)
West Ridge Mall – Topeka (1988–present)
Kentucky
Ashland Town Center – Ashland (1989–present)
Bashford Manor Mall – Louisville (1973–2001)
Fayette Mall – Lexington (1971–present)
Florence Mall – Florence (1976–present)
Fourth Street Live! – Louisville (2004–present)
Greenwood Mall – Bowling Green (1979–present)
Hamburg Pavilion – Lexington (1997–present)
Jefferson Mall – Louisville (1978–present)
Kentucky Oaks Mall – Paducah (1982–present)
Kyova Mall – Ashland (1989–present)
Lexington Mall – Lexington (1975–2005)
Mall at Lexington Green – Lexington (1986–present)
Mall St. Matthews – Louisville (1962–present)
Mid-City Mall – Louisville (1962–present)
Middlesboro Mall – Middlesboro (1983–present)
Newport on the Levee – Newport (2001–present)
Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass – Simpsonville (2014–present)
Paddock Shops – Louisville (2001–present)
South Side Mall – South Williamson (1981–present)
Towne Square Mall – Owensboro (1978–present)
Turfland Mall – Lexington (1967–2008)
Louisiana
Acadiana Mall – Lafayette (1979–present)
Alexandria Mall – Alexandria (1973–present)
Cortana Mall – Baton Rouge (1976–2019)
The Esplanade – Kenner (1983–present)
Lakeside Shopping Center – Metairie (1960–present)
Louisiana Boardwalk – Bossier City (2005–present)
Mall of Louisiana – Baton Rouge (1997–present)
Mall St. Vincent – Shreveport (1977–present)
North Shore Square – Slidell (1985–2019)
Oakwood Center – Gretna (1966–present)
The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk – New Orleans (1986–present)
Pecanland Mall – Monroe (1985–present)
Pierre Bossier Mall – Bossier City (1982–present)
Prien Lake Mall – Lake Charles (1972–present)
Southland Mall – Houma (1969–present)
Maine
Aroostook Centre Mall – Presque Isle (1993–present)
Auburn Mall – Auburn (1979–present)
Bangor Mall – Bangor (1978–present)
Maine Mall – South Portland (1971–present)
Maryland
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Arundel Mills – Hanover (2000–present)
Beltway Plaza Mall – Greenbelt (1963–present)
The Boulevard at the Capital Centre – Landover (2003–2017)
Bowie Town Center – Bowie (2001–present)
Capital Plaza Mall – Landover Hills (1963–2005)
The Centre at Forestville – Forestville (1979–present)
The Centre at Golden Ring – Rosedale (1974–present)
The Centre at Salisbury – Salisbury (1990–present)
Country Club Mall – LaVale (1981–present)
Eastpoint Mall – Dundalk (1956–present)
Ellsworth Place – Silver Spring (1992–present)
Francis Scott Key Mall – Frederick (1978–present)
Frederick Towne Mall – Frederick (1972–2013)
Hagerstown Premium Outlets – Hagerstown (1998–present)
Harborplace – Baltimore (1980–present)
Harford Mall – Bel Air (1973–present)
Harundale Mall – Glen Burnie (1958–1997)
Hunt Valley Towne Centre – Hunt Valley (2000–present)
Lakeforest Mall – Gaithersburg (1978–present)
Landover Mall – Landover (1972–2002)
Laurel Mall – Laurel (1979–2012)
The Mall at Prince Georges – Hyattsville (1959–present)
The Mall in Columbia – Columbia (1971–present)
Marley Station Mall – Glen Burnie (1987–present)
Mondawmin Mall – Baltimore (1956–present)
Old Town Mall – Baltimore (1968–Unknown)
Owings Mills Mall – Owings Mills (1986–2015)
Reisterstown Road Plaza – Baltimore (1962–present)
Rockville Mall – Rockville (1972–1995)
The Rotunda – Baltimore (1971–present)
Salisbury Mall – Salisbury (1968–2004)
Savage Mill – Savage (1985–present)
Security Square Mall – Woodlawn (1972–present)
Severna Park Mall – Severna Park (1975–2000)
St. Charles Towne Center – St. Charles (1988–present)
The Shops at Iverson – Hillcrest Heights (1967–present)
The Shops at Kenilworth – Towson (1979–present)
Towne Centre at Laurel – Laurel (2014–present)
TownMall of Westminster – Westminster (1987–present)
Towson Place – Towson, Maryland (1962–present)
Towson Square – Towson (2013–present)
Towson Town Center – Towson (1959–present)
Valley Mall – Hagerstown (1974–present)
Westfield Annapolis – Annapolis (1980–present)
Westfield Montgomery – Bethesda (1968–present)
Westfield Wheaton – Wheatland (1960–present)
Westview Mall – Catonsville (1958–2002)
White Flint Mall – Rockville (1977–2015)
White Marsh Mall – White Marsh (1981–present)
Massachusetts
Arsenal Yards – Watertown (2020–present)
Auburn Mall – Auburn (1971–present)
Berkshire Mall – Lanesborough (1988–2019)
Burlington Mall – Burlington (1968–present)
CambridgeSide – Cambridge (1990–present)
Cape Cod Factory Outlet Mall – Bourne (2012–present)
Cape Cod Mall – Hyannis (1970–present)
Colony Place – Plymouth (2004–present)
Copley Place – Boston (1983–present)
Dartmouth Mall – North Dartmouth (1971–present)
Eastfield Mall – Springfield (1967–present)
Emerald Square – Attleboro (1989–present)
Greendale Mall – Worcester (1987–present)
Hampshire Mall – Hadley (1978–present)
Hanover Crossing – Hanover (1971–2020)
Holyoke Mall at Ingleside – Holyoke (1979–present)
Kingston Collection – Kingston (1989–present)
Liberty Tree Mall – Danvers (1972–present)
The Loop – Methuen (1999–present)
The Mall at Whitney Field – Leominster (1967–present)
Mountain Farms Mall – Hadley (1973–present)
Natick Mall – Natick (1966–present)
Northshore Mall – Peabody (1958–present)
Patriot Place – Foxborough (2007–present)
Shopper’s World – Framingham (1951–present)
The Shoppes at Blackstone Valley – Millbury (2004–present)
Shops at Billerica – Billerica (1975–present)
The Shops at Chestnut Hill – Newton (1974–present)
The Shops at Prudential Center – Boston (1993–present)
Silver City Galleria – Taunton (1992–2020)
Solomon Pond Mall – Marlborough (with the northern part of the mall in Berlin) (1996–present)
South Shore Plaza – Braintree (1961–present)
SouthCoast Marketplace – Fall River (2017–present)
Square One Mall – Saugus (1994–present)
Swansea Mall – Swansea (1975–2019)
Westgate Mall – Brockton (1963–present)
Worcester Center Galleria – Worcester (1971–2006)
Michigan
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Adrian Mall – Adrian (1970–2020)
Alpena Mall – Alpena (1980–present)
Arborland Center – Ann Arbor (1961–present)
Bay City Town Center – Bay City (1991–present)
Birch Run Premium Outlets – Birch Run (1986–present)
Birchwood Mall – Port Huron (1991–present)
Briarwood Mall – Ann Arbor (1973–present)
Brighton Mall – Brighton (1971–present)
Buffalo Ridge Shopping Center – Garfield Township (1992–present)
Cherryland Center – Traverse City (1976–1999)
Courtland Center – Burton (1968–present)
The Crossroads – Portage (1980–present)
Dort Mall – Flint (1965–present)
Eastland Center – Harper Woods (1957–present)
Eastwood Towne Center – Lansing Charter Township (2002–present)
Fairlane Green – Allen Park (2005–present)
Fairlane Town Center – Dearborn (1976–present)
Fashion Square Mall – Saginaw (1972–present)
Fort Saginaw Mall – Saginaw (1966–late 1990s)
Frandor Shopping Center – East Lansing (1954–present)
Gateway Marketplace – Detroit (2013–present)
Genesee Valley Center – Flint (1970–present)
Grand Traverse Mall – Traverse City (1992–present)
Great Lakes Crossing Outlets – Auburn Hills (1998–present)
Green Oak Village Place – Brighton (2006–present)
Hampton Towne Centre – Essexville (1975–2010)
Jackson Crossing – Jackson (1961–present)
Kalamazoo Mall – Kalamazoo (1959–present)
The Lakes Mall – Muskegon (2001–present)
Lakeside Mall – Sterling Heights (1976–present)
Lakeview Square Mall – Battle Creek (1983–present)
Lansing Mall – Delta Charter Township (1969–present)
Laurel Park Place – Livonia (1989–present)
Lincoln Park Shopping Center – Lincoln Park (with a portion in Allen Park) (1956–2019)
Livonia Marketplace – Livonia (2010–present)
Macomb Mall – Roseville (1964–present)
The Mall at Partridge Creek – Clinton Township (2007–present)
The Mall of Monroe – Monroe (1988–present)
Maple Hill Pavilion – Kalamazoo (1971–present)
Meridian Mall – Okemos (1969–present)
Midland Mall – Midland (1991–present)
Muskegon Mall – Muskegon (1976–2001)
Northland Center – Southfield (1954–2015)
Novi Town Center – Novi (1987–present)
Oakland Mall – Troy (1968–present)
The Orchards Mall – Benton Harbor (1979–present)
Renaissance Center – Detroit (1977–present)
RiverTown Crossings – Grandville (1999–present)
Rogers Plaza – Wyoming (1961–present)
Shops at CenterPoint – Kentwood (1967–present)
The Shops at Westshore – Holland (1988–present)
Somerset Collection – Troy (1969–present)
Southgate Shopping Center – Southgate (1957–present)
Southland Center – Taylor (1970–present)
Summit Place Mall – Waterford Township (1962–2009)
Tel-Twelve Mall – Southfield (1968–present)
Twelve Mile Crossing at Fountain Walk – Novi (2002–present)
Twelve Oaks Mall – Novi (1977–present)
Universal Mall – Warren (1965–present)
The Village of Rochester Hills – Rochester (2002–present)
Westland Shopping Center – Westland (1965–present)
Westwood Mall – Jackson (1972–present)
Wonderland Village – Livonia (1959–present)
Woodland Mall – Kentwood (1968–present)
Minnesota
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Albertville Premium Outlets – Albertville (2000–present)
Apache Mall – Rochester (1969–present)
Apache Plaza – St. Anthony (1961–2004)
Arbor Lakes – Maple Grove (1997–present)
Bandana Square – Saint Paul (1984–2003)
Brookdale Center – Brooklyn Center (1962–2010)
Burnsville Center – Burnsville (1977–present)
Cray Plaza – Saint Paul (1986–present)
Crossroads Center – St. Cloud (1966–present)
Eden Prairie Center – Eden Prairie (1976–present)
Four Seasons Mall – Plymouth (1978–2012)
Galleria Edina – Edina (1976–present)
Gaviidae Common – Minneapolis (1989–present)
The Grove – Maple Grove (2005–present)
Har Mar Mall – Roseville (1963–present)
Mall of America – Bloomington (1992–present)
Maplewood Mall – Maplewood (1974–present)
Miller Hill Mall – Duluth (1973–present)
Minneapolis City Center – Minneapolis (1983–present)
Nicollet Mall – Minneapolis (1967–present)
Northtown Mall – Blaine (1972–present)
Paul Bunyan Mall – Bemidji (1977–present)
Ridgedale Center – Minnetonka (1974–present)
River Hills Mall – Mankato (1991–present)
Riverdale Village – Coon Rapids (2002–present)
Rosedale Center – Roseville (1969–present)
Saint Anthony Main – Minneapolis (1980s–present)
Seven Points – Minneapolis (1984–present)
Shoppes at Knollwood – St. Louis Park (1955–present)
Southdale Center – Edina (1956–present)
Southtown Center – Bloomington (1960–present)
Wayzata Bay Center – Wayzata (1967–2011)
Woodbury Lakes – Woodbury (2005–present)
Mississippi
Edgewater Mall – Biloxi (1963–present)
Mall at Barnes Crossing – Tupelo (1990–present)
Metrocenter Mall – Jackson (1978–2018)
Northpark Mall – Ridgeland (1984–present)
Outlets of Mississippi – Pearl (2013–present)
Southaven Towne Center – Southaven (2005–present)
Turtle Creek Mall – Hattiesburg (1994–present)
Uptown McComb (formerly Edgewood Mall) – McComb (1987–present)
Uptown Meridian (formerly Bonita Lakes Mall) – Meridian (1997–present)
Missouri
Antioch Crossing, Antioch Center – Kansas City (1956–2012. Redeveloped. The majority of the mall was demolished)
Bannister Mall – Kansas City (1980–2007. Redeveloped as the headquarters campus for Cerner. Demolished.)
Battlefield Mall – Springfield (1970–present)
Blue Ridge Crossing, Blue Ridge Mall – Kansas City (1957–present. Redeveloped. The enclosed mall was demolished for redevelopment.)
Capital Mall – Jefferson City (1978–present)
Chesterfield Mall – Chesterfield (1976–present)
Columbia Mall – Columbia (1985–present)
Country Club Plaza – Kansas City (1923–present)
Crestwood Court – Crestwood (1957–2013)
The Crossings at Northwest, Northwest Plaza – St. Ann (1963–2010. Redeveloped. Most of the mall was demolished)
Crown Center – Kansas City (1971–present)
Delmar Loop – University City (Unknown–present)
East Hills Mall – St. Joseph (1965–present)
Independence Center – Independence (1974–present)
Jamestown Mall – Florissant (1973–2014)
Metro North Mall – Kansas City (1976–2014. Demolished except for Macy’s)
Mid Rivers Mall – St. Peters (1987–present)
Northpark Mall – Joplin (1972–present)
Plaza Frontenac – Frontenac (1974–present)
Powerplex STL – Hazelwood (2003–present)
River Roads Mall – Jennings (1962–1995)
Saint Louis Galleria – Richmond Heights (1984–present)
South County Center – St. Louis (1963–present)
Summit Fair – Lee’s Summit (2009–present)
Summit Woods Crossing – Lee’s Summit (2001–present)
Union Station – St. Louis (1985–present)
Ward Parkway Center – Kansas City (1959–present. Redeveloped. Large chunks of the mall were demolished during redevelopment. A small enclosed area remains)
West County Center – Des Peres (2002–present)
West Park Mall – Cape Girardeau (1981–present)
Zona Rosa – Kansas City (2004–present)
Montana
Gallatin Valley Mall – Bozeman (1980–present)
Holiday Village Mall – Great Falls (1959–present)
Rimrock Mall – Billings (1975–present)
Southgate Mall – Missoula (1978–present)
Nebraska
Conestoga Mall – Grand Island (1974–present)
Crossroads Mall – Omaha (1960–2020)
Gateway Mall – Lincoln (1960–present)
Oak View Mall – Omaha (1991–present)
Southroads Mall – Bellevue (1966–present)
Westroads Mall – Omaha (1967–present)
Nevada
The Boulevard Mall – Paradise (1968–present)
Downtown Summerlin – Summerlin (2014–present)
Fashion Show Mall – Paradise (1981–present)
The Forum Shops at Caesars – Paradise (1992–present)
Galleria at Sunset – Henderson (1996–present)
Grand Canal Shoppes – Paradise (1999–present)
Meadowood Mall – Reno (1978–present)
Meadows Mall – Las Vegas (1978–present)
Miracle Mile Shops – Paradise (2000–present)
Outlets at Legends – Sparks (2008–present)
The Summit – Reno (2007–present)
Town Square – Paradise (2007–present)
New Hampshire
Mall at Fox Run – Newington (1983–present)
Mall at Rockingham Park – Salem (1991–present)
Mall of New Hampshire – Manchester (1977–present)
Merrimack Premium Outlets – Merrimack (2012–present)
Pheasant Lane Mall – Nashua (1986–present)
Settlers Green – North Conway (1988–present)
Steeplegate Mall – Concord (1990–present)
New Jersey
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American Dream Meadowlands – East Rutherford (2019–present)
Bergen Town Center – Paramus (1957–present)
Bridgewater Commons – Bridgewater Township (1988–present)
Brunswick Square – East Brunswick (1970–present)
Burlington Center Mall – Burlington Township (1982–2018)
Center City Mall – Paterson (2008–present)
Cherry Hill Mall – Cherry Hill (1961–present)
Cumberland Mall – Vineland (1973–present)
Deptford Mall – Deptford Township (1975–present)
East Gate Square – Moorestown/Mount Laurel (1993–present)
Elizabeth Center – Elizabeth (1990–present)
Fashion Center – Paramus (1967–present)
Forrestal Village – Plainsboro Township (1986–present)
Freehold Raceway Mall – Freehold Township (1990–present)
Garden State Plaza – Paramus (1957–present)
The Grove at Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury (1988–present)
Hamilton Mall – Mays Landing (1987–present)
Harbor Square – Egg Harbor Township (1968–present)
Lackawanna Terminal (Unknown–present)
Livingston Mall – Livingston (1972–present)
Main Street Complex – Voorhees Township (1988–present)
The Mall at Mill Creek – Secaucus (1986–present)
The Mall at Short Hills – Short Hills (1961–present)
Manalapan EpiCentre – Manalapan Township (2002–present)
MarketFair Mall – Princeton (1987–present)
Menlo Park Mall – Edison (1959–present)
The Mills at Jersey Gardens – Elizabeth (1999–present)
Monmouth Mall – Eatontown (1960–present)
Moorestown Mall – Moorestown (1963–present)
Newport Centre – Jersey City (1987–present)
Ocean County Mall – Toms River (1976–present)
Paramus Park – Paramus (1974–present)
Phillipsburg Mall – Phillipsburg (1989–2020)
Pier Village – Long Branch (2005–present)
Playground Pier – Atlantic City (1906–present)
The Plaza at Harmon Meadow – Secaucus (Unknown–present)
Princeton Shopping Center – Princeton (1954–present)
The Promenade at Sagemore – Evesham Township (2001–present)
Quaker Bridge Mall – Lawrence Township (1975–present)
The Quarter at Tropicana – Atlantic City (2004–present)
Rockaway Townsquare – Rockaway Township (1977–present)
Seacourt Pavilion – Toms River (1988–present)
Seaview Square Mall – Ocean Township (1977–2000)
The Shops at Ledgewood Commons – Ledgweood (1972–present)
The Shops at Riverside – Hackensack (1977–present)
Tanger Outlets The Walk – Atlantic City (2003–present)
Voorhees Town Center – Voorhees Township (1970–present)
Wayne Towne Center – Wayne (1974–present)
Willowbrook Mall – Wayne (1969–present)
Woodbridge Center – Woodbridge Township (1971–present)
New Mexico
ABQ Uptown – Albuquerque (2006–present)
Animas Valley Mall – Farmington (1982–present)
Coronado Center – Albuquerque (1965–present)
Cottonwood Mall – Albuquerque (1996–present)
DeVargas Center – Santa Fe (1973–present)
Fashion Outlets of Santa Fe – Santa Fe (1993–present)
Mesilla Valley Mall – Las Cruces (1981–present)
North Plains Mall – Clovis (1985–present)
Santa Fe Place – Santa Fe (1985–present)
Winrock Town Center – Albuquerque (1961–2011)
New York
Americana Manhasset – Manhasset (1956–present)
Arnot Mall – Big Flats (1967–present)
Atlantic Terminal – Brooklyn (2004–present)
Aviation Mall – Glens Falls North (1975–present)
Bay Plaza Shopping Center – Co-op City, Bronx (1988–present)
Boulevard Mall – Amherst (1962–present)
Broadway Commons – Hicksville (1956–present)
Brookfield Place – Battery Park City, Manhattan (1988–present)
Champlain Centre – Plattsburgh (1987–present)
Chautauqua Mall – Lakewood (1971–present)
Clifton Park Center – Clifton Park (1976–present)
Colonie Center – Roessleville (1966–present)
Colvin Central Plaza – Albany (1981–2001)
Crossgates Mall – Westmere (1984–present)
Crosstown Plaza – Schenectady (1970s–present)
Destiny USA – Syracuse (1990–present)
Eastern Hills Mall – Harris Hill (1971–present)
Eastview Mall – Victor (1971–present)
Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls – Niagara Falls (1982–present)
Fingerlakes Mall – Aurelius (1980–present)
Fulton Mall – Brooklyn (1970s–present)
Galleria at Crystal Run – Wallkill (1992–present)
Galleria at White Plains – White Plains (1980–present)
Gateway Center – Brooklyn (2002–present)
Great Northern Mall – Clay (1988–present)
Green Acres Mall – South Valley Stream (1956–present)
Hudson Valley Mall – Ulster (1981–present)
Hylan Plaza – Staten Island (1966–2017)
Jefferson Valley Mall – Yorktown Heights (1983–present)
Kings Plaza – Brooklyn (1970–present)
Kohl’s Plaza – Colonie (1990–present)
Lockport Mall – South Lockport (1971–2006)
The Mall at Greece Ridge – Greece (1967–present)
Manhattan Mall – Herald Square, Manhattan (1989–present)
The Marketplace Mall – Henrietta (1982–present)
McKinley Mall – Hamburg (1985–present)
Midtown Plaza – Rochester (1962–2008)
Mohawk Commons – Niskayuna (2002–present)
Newburgh Mall – Newburgh (1980–present)
Northway Shopping Center – Colonie (1999–present)
Oakdale Mall – Johnson City (1975–present)
Palisades Center – West Nyack (1998–present)
Penn-Can Mall – Cicero (1976–1996)
Poughkeepsie Galleria – Poughkeepsie (1987–present)
Queens Center Mall – Queens (1973–present)
Roosevelt Field – East Garden City (Uniondale) (1956–present)
St. Lawrence Centre – Massena (1990–present)
Salmon Run Mall – Watertown (1986–present)
Samanea New York Market – East Garden City (1997–present)
Sangertown Square – New Hartford (1980–present)
Saratoga Mall – Wilton (1973–1999)
ShoppingTown Mall – DeWitt (1954-2020)
The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards – Manhattan (2019–present)
The Shops at Columbus Circle – Time Warner Center, Manhattan (2003–present)
The Shops at Ithaca Mall – Lansing (1976–present)
The Shops at Nanuet – Nanuet (2013–present)
Skyview on the Ridge – Irondequoit (1990–2009)
Smith Haven Mall – Lake Grove (with the western half of the mall in St. James) (1969–present)
The Source at White Plains – White Plains (2004–present)
Southside Mall – Oneonta (1983–present)
Staten Island Mall – Staten Island (1973–present)
The Summit – Wheatfield (1972–2009)
Sunrise Mall – East Massapequa (1973–present)
Via Port Rotterdam – Rotterdam (1988–present)
Walden Galleria – Cheektowaga (1989–present)
Walt Whitman Shops – South Huntington (1962–present)
The Westchester – White Plains (1995–present)
Westfield South Shore – Bay Shore (1963–present)
Westfield World Trade Center – Financial District, Manhattan (2016–present)
Westgate Plaza – Albany (1957–present)
Wilton Mall – Wilton (1990–present)
Woodbury Common Premium Outlets – Central Valley (1985–present)
North Carolina
Alamance Crossing – Burlington (2007–present)
Asheville Mall – Asheville (1973–present)
Asheville Outlets – Asheville (2015–present)
Berkeley Mall – Goldsboro (1975–present)
Burlington Outlet Village – Burlington (1981–present)
Carolina Mall – Concord (1972–present)
Carolina Place Mall – Pineville (1991–present)
Cary Towne Center – Cary (1979–present)
Concord Mills – Concord (1999–present)
Crabtree Valley Mall – Raleigh (1972–present)
Cross Creek Mall – Fayetteville (1975–present)
Eastland Mall – Charlotte (1975–June 30, 2010)
Eastridge Mall – Gastonia (1976–present)
Four Seasons Town Centre – Greensboro (1974–present)
Friendly Center – Greensboro (1957–present)
Golden East Crossing – Rocky Mount (1986–present)
Greenville Mall – Greenville (1965–present)
Hanes Mall – Winston-Salem (1975–present)
Holly Hill Mall and Business Center – Burlington (1969–present)
Independence Mall – Wilmington (1979–present)
Jacksonville Mall – Jacksonville (1981–present)
Marketplace Mall – Winston-Salem (1984–present)
Mayberry Mall – Mount Airy (1968–present)
Monroe Crossing – Monroe (1979–present)
New Bern Mall – New Bern (1979–present)
North Hills – Raleigh (1960–present)
Northgate Mall – Durham (1974–2020)
Northlake Mall – Charlotte (2005–present)
Oak Hollow Mall – High Point (1995–2017)
Randolph Mall – Asheboro (1982–present)
Signal Hill Mall – Statesville (1973–present)
Southgate Mall – Elizabeth City (1969–present)
SouthPark Mall – Charlotte (1970–present)
The Streets at Southpoint – Durham (2002–present)
Triangle Town Center – Raleigh (2002–present)
University Place – Chapel Hill (1973–present)
Valley Hills Mall – Hickory (1978–present)
North Dakota
Columbia Mall – Grand Forks (1978–present)
Dakota Square Mall – Minot (1980–present)
Gateway Fashion Mall – Bismarck (1979–present)
Grand Cities Mall – Grand Forks (1964–present)
Kirkwood Mall – Bismarck (1970–present)
West Acres Shopping Center – Fargo (1972–present)
Northern Mariana Islands
La Fiesta Mall – Saipan (1993–2004)
Ohio
Ashtabula Towne Square – Ashtabula (1992–present)
Beachwood Place – Beachwood (1978–present)
Belden Village Mall – Canton (1970–present)
Chapel Hill Mall – Akron (1967–present)
Colony Square Mall – Zanesville (1981–present)
Columbus City Center – Columbus (1989–2009)
Crocker Park – Westlake (2004–present)
Dayton Mall – Miami Township, Montgomery County (1970–present)
Eastgate Mall – Union Township, Clermont County (1980–present)
Eastland Mall – Columbus (1968–present)
Easton Town Center – Columbus (1999–present)
Eastwood Mall – Niles (1969–present)
Euclid Square Mall – Euclid (1977–2016)
Findlay Village Mall – Findlay (1962–present)
Forest Fair Village – Forest Park (1989–present)
Fort Steuben Mall – Steubenville (1974–present)
Franklin Park Mall – Toledo (1971–present)
Galleria at Erieview – Cleveland (1987–present)
Great Lakes Mall – Mentor (1961–present)
Great Northern Mall – North Olmsted (1976–present)
The Greene Town Center – Beavercreek (2006–present)
Indian Mound Mall – Heath (1986–present)
Kenwood Towne Centre – Cincinnati (1956–present)
Kingsdale Shopping Center – Upper Arlington (1959–present)
Legacy Village – Lyndhurst (2003–present)
Lima Mall – Lima (1965–present)
The Mall at Fairfield Commons – Beavercreek (1993–present)
The Mall at Tuttle Crossing – Columbus (1997–present)
Miami Valley Centre Mall – Piqua (1988–present)
Midway Mall – Elyria (1966–present)
North Towne Square – Toledo (1981–2005)
Northgate Mall – Northgate (1972–present)
Northland Mall – Columbus (1964–2002)
Ohio Valley Mall – St. Clairsville (1978–present)
Polaris Fashion Place – Columbus (2001–present)
Randall Park Mall – North Randall (1976–2009)
Richland Mall – Ontario (1969–present)
Richmond Town Square – Richmond Heights (1966–2020)
River Valley Mall – Lancaster (1987–present)
Rolling Acres Mall – Akron (1975–2008)
Sandusky Mall – Sandusky (1977–present)
The Shoppes at Parma – Parma (1956–present)
The Shops at Fallen Timbers – Maumee (2007–present)
Southern Park Mall – Boardman (1970–present)
SouthPark Mall – Strongsville (1996–present)
Summit Mall – Fairlawn (1965–present)
Tower City Center – Cleveland (1990–present)
Town and Country Shopping Center – Kettering (1951–present)
Tri-County Mall – Springdale (1960–present)
Upper Valley Mall – Springfield (1971–present)
Westgate Mall – Fairview Park (1954–present)
Westland Mall – Columbus (1969–2012)
Woodville Mall – Northwood (1969–December 2011)
Oklahoma
50 Penn Place – Oklahoma City (1973–present)
Arrowhead Mall – Muskogee (1987–present)
Central Mall – Lawton (1979–present)
Crossroads Mall – Oklahoma City (1974–2017)
OKC Outlets – Oklahoma City (2011–present)
Penn Square Mall – Oklahoma City (1960–present)
Quail Springs Mall – Oklahoma City (1980–present)
Shawnee Mall – Shawnee (1989–present)
The Shoppes at Northpark – Oklahoma City (1972–present)
Sooner Mall – Norman (1976–present)
Tulsa Promenade – Tulsa (1965–present)
Utica Square – Tulsa (1952–present)
Washington Park Mall – Bartlesville (1984–present)
Woodland Hills Mall – Tulsa (1976–present)
Oregon
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Bridgeport Village – Tigard/Tualatin (2005–present)
Cascade Station – Portland (2007–present)
Cedar Hills Crossing – Beaverton (1969–present)
Clackamas Town Center – Clackamas (1981–present)
Eastport Plaza – Portland (1960–present)
Eugene Mall – Eugene (1971–2001)
Fubonn Shopping Center – Portland (2006–present)
Heritage Mall – Albany (1988–present)
Jantzen Beach Center – Portland (1972–present)
Lloyd Center – Portland (1960–present)
Mall 205 – Portland (1970–present)
Oakway Center – Eugene (1966–present)
Old Mill District – Bend (1992–present)
Pioneer Place – Portland (1990–present)
Rogue Valley Mall – Medford (1986–present)
Salem Center – Salem (1979–present)
The Shoppes at Gateway – Springfield (1990–present)
Shute Park Plaza – Hillsboro (1985–present)
The Streets of Tanasbourne – Hillsboro (2004–present)
Sunset Esplanade – Hillsboro (1989–present)
Valley River Center – Eugene (1969–present)
The Village at Medford Center – Medford (1959–present)
Washington Square – Tigard (1973–present)
Willamette Town Center – Salem (1971–present)
Woodburn Premium Outlets – Woodburn (1999–present)
Pennsylvania
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Main article: List of shopping malls in the Lehigh Valley
Allegheny Center Mall – Pittsburgh (1966–2017)
Beaver Valley Mall – Monaca (1970–present)
Berkshire Mall – Wyomissing (1970–present)
The Block Northway – Pittsburgh (1953–present)
Capital City Mall – Camp Hill (1974–present)
Carbon Plaza Mall – Lehighton (1972–present)
Century III Mall – West Mifflin (1979–2019)
Chambersburg Mall – Chambersburg (1982–present)
Colonial Park Mall – Harrisburg (1960–present)
Columbia Colonnade – Bloomsburg (1988–present)
Coventry Mall – Pottstown (1967–present)
Cressona Mall – Pottsville (1976–present)
East Hills Shopping Center – Pittsburgh (1960–2001)
Eastland Mall – North Versailles Township (1963–2005)
Exton Square Mall – Exton (1973–present)
Fairgrounds Square Mall – Reading (1980–2018)
Fairlane Village Mall – Pottsville (1974–present)
Fashion District Philadelphia – Philadelphia (2019–present)
Grove City Premium Outlets – Grove City (Unknown–present)
Harrisburg Mall – Harrisburg (1969–present)
Highlands Mall – Natrona Heights (1977–2006)
Indiana Mall – Indiana (1979–present)
Johnstown Galleria – Johnstown (1992–present)
King of Prussia – King of Prussia (1963–present)
Laurel Mall – Hazleton (1973–present)
Lebanon Valley Mall – Lebanon (1975–present)
Lehigh Valley Mall – Fullerton (1976–present)
Logan Valley Mall – Altoona (1965–present)
Lycoming Mall – Pennsdale (1978–present)
The Mall at Robinson – Robinson Township (2001–present)
The Marketplace at Steamtown – Scranton (1993–present)
Millcreek Mall – Erie (1974–present)
Monroeville Mall – Monroeville (1969–present)
Montgomery Mall – Montgomeryville (1977–present)
Neshaminy Mall – Bensalem Township (1968–present)
Nittany Mall – State College (1968–present)
North Hanover Mall – Hanover (1967–present)
North Hills Village – Pittsburgh (1957–present)
The Outlets at Wind Creek Bethlehem – Bethlehem (2011–present)
Oxford Valley Mall – Middletown Township (1973–present)
Palmer Park Mall – Easton (1973–present)
Park City Center – Lancaster (1971–present)
Parkway Center Mall – Pittsburgh (1982–2013)
Philadelphia Mills – Philadelphia (1989–present)
Philadelphia Premium Outlets – Limerick Township (2007–present)
Pittsburgh Mills – Tarentum (2005–present)
Plymouth Meeting Mall – Plymouth Meeting (1966–present)
The Point at Carlisle Plaza – Carlisle (1964–present)
Promenade at Granite Run – Media (1974–2015)
The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley – Upper Saucon Township (2006–present)
Roosevelt Mall – Philadelphia (1964–present)
Ross Park Mall – Pittsburgh (1986–present)
Schuylkill Mall – Frackville (1980–2018)
Shenango Valley Mall – Hermitage (1969–present)
The Shops at Liberty Place – Philadelphia (1990–present)
South Hills Village – Bethel Park/Upper St. Clair Township (1965–present)
South Mall – Allentown (1975–present)
Springfield Mall – Springfield Township (1974–present)
Strawberry Square – Harrisburg (1978–present)
Stroud Mall – Stroudsburg (1978–present)
Suburban Square – Ardmore (1928–present)
Susquehanna Valley Mall – Selinsgrove (1978–present)
Uniontown Mall – Uniontown (1972–present)
Viewmont Mall – Scranton/Dickson City (1968–present)
Washington Crown Center – Washington (1969–present)
Washington Mall – Washington (1968–1999)
Westgate Mall – Bethlehem (1973–present)
Westmoreland Mall – Greensburg (1977–present)
Whitehall Mall – Whitehall Township (1966–present)
Willow Grove Park Mall – Willow Grove (1982–present)
Wyoming Valley Mall – Wilkes-Barre (1971–present)
York Galleria – York (1989–present)
Puerto Rico
Las Catalinas Mall – Caguas (1997–present)
The Mall of San Juan – San Juan (2015–present)
Mayagüez Mall – Mayagüez (1972–present)
Plaza Carolina – Carolina (1978–present)
Plaza del Caribe – Ponce (1992–present)
Plaza del Carmen Mall – Caguas (1970–present)
Plaza del Norte – Hatillo (1992–present)
Plaza del Sol – Bayamón (1998–present)
Plaza Las Américas – San Juan (1968–present)
Plaza Rio Hondo – Bayamón (1982–present)
San Patricio Plaza – Guaynabo (1964–present)
Santa Rosa Mall – Bayamón (1964–present)
Rhode Island
Midland Commons – Warwick (1967–2011)
Providence Place – Providence (1999–present)
Warwick Mall – Warwick (1970–present)
Westminster Arcade – Providence (1828–present)
South Carolina
Citadel Mall – Charleston (1981–present)
Coastal Grand Mall – Myrtle Beach (2004–present)
Columbia Place – Columbia (1977–present)
Columbiana Centre – Columbia (1990–present)
Dutch Square – Columbia (1970–present)
Haywood Mall – Greenville (1980–present)
Inlet Square Mall – Murrells Inlet (1990–present)
Magnolia Mall – Florence (1979–present)
Magnolia Park Town Center – Greenville (2009–present)
Myrtle Beach Mall – Briarcliffe Acres (1986–present)
Myrtle Square Mall – Myrtle Beach (1975–2004)
Northwoods Mall – North Charleston (1972–present)
Prince of Orange Mall – Orangeburg (1984–present)
Richland Mall – Columbia (1961–present)
Rock Hill Galleria – Rock Hill (1991–present)
Shelter Cove Towne Centre – Hilton Head Island (2017–present)
The Village at Sandhill – Columbia (2004–present)
Westgate Mall – Spartanburg (1975–present)
South Dakota
Empire Mall – Sioux Falls (1975–present)
Rushmore Mall – Rapid City (1978–present)
Tennessee
100 Oaks Mall – Nashville (1968–present) (redeveloped)
The Avenue Murfreesboro – Murfreesboro (2007–present)
Bradley Square Mall – Cleveland (1991–present)
Carriage Crossing – Collierville (2005–present)
College Square Mall – Morristown (1988–present)
Columbia Mall – Columbia (1981–present)
CoolSprings Galleria – Franklin (1991–present)
Foothills Mall – Maryville (1983–present)
Fort Henry Mall (formerly Kingsport Town Center) – Kingsport (1976–present)
Global Mall at the Crossings (formerly Hickory Hollow Mall) – Antioch (1978–present)
Governor’s Square Mall – Clarksville (1986–present)
Greeneville Commons – Greeneville (1990–present)
Hamilton Place – Chattanooga (1987–present)
Harding Mall – Nashville (1966–2005)
Hickory Ridge Mall – Memphis (1981–present)
Indian Lake Village – Hendersonville (2008–present)
Knoxville Center – Knoxville (1984–2020)
Main Street Oak Ridge – Oak Ridge (1955–present)
The Mall at Green Hills – Nashville (1955–present)
The Mall at Johnson City – Johnson City (1971–present)
Mall of Memphis – Memphis (1981–2003)
Northgate Mall – Hixson (1972–present)
Oak Court Mall – Memphis (1988–present)
Old Hickory Mall – Jackson (1967–present)
One Bellevue Place – Nashville (1990–2008)
Opry Mills – Nashville (2000–present)
Peabody Place – Memphis (2001–present) (redeveloped)
Raleigh Springs Mall – Memphis (1971–2016)
Rivergate Mall – Nashville (1971–present)
Shops of Saddle Creek – Germantown (1987–present)
Southland Mall – Memphis (1966–present)
Stones River Town Centre – Murfreesboro (1992–present)
Turkey Creek – Knoxville (Mid-2000s–present)
West Town Mall – Knoxville (1972–present)
Wolfchase Galleria – Memphis (1997–present)
Texas
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Almeda Mall – Genoa, Houston (1968–present)
Amigoland Mall – Brownsville (1974–1999)
Barton Creek Square – Austin (1981–present)
Bassett Place – El Paso (1962–present)
Baybrook Mall – Clear Lake, Houston (1978–present)
Brazos Mall – Lake Jackson (1976–present)
Broadway Square Mall – Tyler (1975–present)
Central Mall – Port Arthur (1982–present)
Central Mall – Texarkana (1978–present)
Cielo Vista Mall – El Paso (1974–present)
Deerbrook Mall – Humble (1984–present)
First Colony Mall – Sugar Land (1996–present)
The Galleria – Uptown, Houston (1970–present)
Galleria Dallas – Dallas (1982–present)
Golden Triangle Mall – Denton (1980–present)
Grapevine Mills – Grapevine (1997–present)
Greenspoint Mall – Greenspoint, Houston (1976–present)
Hulen Mall – Fort Worth (1997–present)
Ingram Park Mall – San Antonio (1979–present)
Irving Mall – Irving (1971–present)
Katy Mills – Katy (1999–present)
Killeen Mall – Killeen (1981–present)
La Gran Plaza de Fort Worth – Fort Worth (1962–present)
La Palmera – Corpus Christi (1969–present)
La Plaza Mall – McAllen (1976–present)
Lakeline Mall – Austin (1995–present)
Longview Mall – Longview (1978–present)
Mall del Norte – Laredo (1977–present)
Mall of Abilene – Abilene (1979–present)
Memorial City Mall – Memorial City, Houston (1966–present)
Midland Park Mall – Midland (1980–present)
Music City Mall – Lewisville (1989–present)
Music City Mall – Odessa (1980–present)
North East Mall – Hurst (1971 or 1972–present)
North Star Mall – San Antonio (1960–present)
NorthPark Center – Dallas (1965–present)
Parkdale Mall – Beaumont (1973–present)
The Parks Mall at Arlington – Arlington (1988–present)
Pearland Town Center – Pearland (2008–present)
PlazAmericas – Sharpstown, Houston (1961–present)
Post Oak Mall – College Station (1982–present)
Richland Mall – Waco (1980–present)
Ridgmar Mall – Fort Worth (1976–present)
Rio Grande Valley Premium Outlets – Mercedes (2006–present)
Rolling Oaks Mall – San Antonio (1988–present)
San Jacinto Mall – Baytown (1981–2020)
The Shops at La Cantera – San Antonio (2005–present)
Shops at Rivercenter – Downtown San Antonio (1988–present)
The Shops at Willow Bend – Plano (2001–present)
Sikes Senter – Wichita Falls (1974–present)
South Park Mall – San Antonio (1968–present)
South Plains Mall – Lubbock (1972–present)
Southlake Town Square – Southlake (1999–present)
Southwest Center Mall – Dallas (1975–present)
Stonebriar Centre – Frisco (2000–present)
Sunland Park Mall – El Paso (1988–present)
Sunrise Mall – Brownsville (1979–present)
Sunrise Mall – Corpus Christi (1981–2019)
Sunset Mall – San Angelo (1979–present)
Temple Mall – Temple (1976–present)
Town East Mall – Mesquite (1971–present)
Valle Vista Mall – Harlingen (1983–present)
Valley View Center Mall – Dallas (1973–2019)
Victoria Mall – Victoria (1981–present)
West Oaks Mall – Alief, Houston (1984–present)
Westgate Mall – Amarillo (1982–present)
Willowbrook Mall – Cypress (1981–present)
Wonderland of the Americas – Balcones Heights (1961–present)
The Woodlands Mall – The Woodlands (1994–present)
Utah
Cache Valley Mall – Logan (1976–present)
City Creek Center – Salt Lake City (2012–present)
Fashion Place – Murray (1972–present)
The Gateway – Salt Lake City (2001–present)
Jordan Landing – West Jordan (1999–present)
Layton Hills Mall – Layton (1980–present)
Newgate Mall – Ogden (1981–present)
Provo Towne Centre – Provo (1998–present)
Red Cliffs Mall – St. George (1990–present)
The Shops at Riverwoods – Provo (1998–present)
Shops at South Town – Sandy (1986–present)
Station Park – Farmington (2011–present)
Trolley Square – Salt Lake City (1972–present)
University Place – Orem (1973–present)
Valley Fair Mall – West Valley City (1970–present)
Vermont
Berlin Mall – Berlin (1986–present)
Church Street Marketplace – Burlington (1981–present)
CityPlace Burlington – Burlington (1976–present)
Diamond Run Mall – Rutland (1995–2019)
Green Mountain Mall – St. Johnsbury (1974–present)
University Mall – South Burlington (1979–present)
Virginia
Apple Blossom Mall – Winchester (1982–present)
Ballston Quarter – Arlington (1951–present)
Bristol Mall – Bristol (1976–2017)
Central Park – Fredericksburg (1995–present)
Charlottesville Fashion Square – Charlottesville (1980–present)
Chesapeake Square – Chesapeake (1989–present)
Chesterfield Towne Center – Richmond (1975–present)
Danville Mall – Danville (1984–present)
Dulles Town Center – Dulles (1999–present)
Eden Center – Seven Corners (1984–present)
Fair Oaks Mall – Fairfax (1980–present)
Fashion Centre at Pentagon City – Arlington (1989–present)
Greenbrier Mall – Chesapeake (1981–present)
Landmark Mall – Alexandria (1965–2017)
Lynnhaven Mall – Virginia Beach (1981–present)
Market Common Clarendon – Arlington (2001–present)
Military Circle Mall -Norfolk (1970–present)
MacArthur Center – Norfolk (1999–present)
Manassas Mall – Manassas (1972–present)
Norfolk Premium Outlets – Norfolk (2017–present)
Patrick Henry Mall – Newport News (1987–present)
Pembroke Mall – Virginia Beach (1966–present)
Peninsula Town Center – Hampton (2009–present)
Potomac Mills – Woodbridge (1985–present)
Regency Square – Richmond (1975–present)
River Ridge Mall – Lynchburg (1980–present)
The Shops at Willow Lawn – Richmond (1956–present)
Short Pump Town Center – Richmond (2003–present)
Southpark Mall – Colonial Heights (1989–present)
Spotsylvania Towne Centre – Spotsylvania County (1980–present)
Springfield Town Center – Springfield (1973–present)
Staunton Mall – Staunton (1968–present)
Stony Point Fashion Park – Richmond (2003–present)
Tanglewood Mall – Roanoke (1973–present)
Tysons Corner Center – McLean (1968–present)
Tysons Galleria – McLean (1988–present)
Uptown Christiansburg (formerly New River Valley Mall) – Christiansburg (1988–present)
Valley Mall – Harrisonburg (1978–present)
Valley View Mall – Roanoke (1985–present)
The Village at Shirlington – Arlington (1944–present)
Virginia Center Commons – Glen Allen (1991–present)
Williamsburg Premium Outlets – Williamsburg (1988–present)
Washington
Alderwood Mall – Lynnwood (1979–present)
Bellevue Square – Bellevue (1946–present)
Bellis Fair Mall – Bellingham (1988–present)
Capital Mall – Olympia (1977–present)
Cascade Mall – Burlington (1989–2020)
Columbia Center Mall – Kennewick (1969–present)
The Commons at Federal Way – Federal Way (1975–present)
Everett Mall – Everett (1974–present)
Kitsap Mall – Silverdale (1985–present)
Lakewood Towne Center – Lakewood (2002–present)
Marketplace @ Factoria – Bellevue (1977–present)
Northgate Mall – Seattle (1950–present)
NorthTown Mall – Spokane (1955–present)
The Outlet Collection Seattle – Auburn (1995–present)
Pacific Place – Seattle (1998–present)
Redmond Town Center – Redmond (1997–present)
River Park Square – Spokane (1974–present)
South Hill Mall – Puyallup (1988–present)
Spokane Valley Mall – Spokane Valley (1997–present)
Tacoma Mall – Tacoma (1965–present)
University Village – Seattle (1956–present)
Vancouver Mall – Vancouver (1977–present)
The Village at Totem Lake – Kirkland (1973–present)
Wenatchee Valley Mall – Wenatchee (1978–present)
Westfield Southcenter – Tukwila (1968–present)
Westlake Center – Seattle (1988–present)
West Virginia
Charleston Town Center – Charleston (1983–present)
Foxcroft Towne Center at Martinsburg – Martinsburg (1992–2016)
Grand Central Mall – Vienna (1972–present)
The Highlands – Wheeling (2004–present)
Huntington Mall – Barboursville (1981–present)
Meadowbrook Mall – Bridgeport (1982–present)
Mercer Mall – Bluefield (1980–present)
Pullman Square – Huntington (2004–present)
Wisconsin
The Avenue – Milwaukee (1982–present)
Bay Park Square – Green Bay (1980–present)
Bayshore Town Center – Glendale (1954–present)
Brookfield Square – Brookfield (1967–present)
East Town Mall – Green Bay (1982–present)
East Towne Mall – Madison (1971–present)
Fox River Mall – Appleton (1984–present)
Hilldale Shopping Center – Madison (1962–present)
Mayfair Mall – Wauwatosa (1958–present)
Northland Mall – Appleton (1969–present)
Oakwood Mall – Eau Claire (1986–present)
Regency Mall – Racine (1981–present)
Southridge Mall – Greendale (1970–present)
Uptown Janesville (formerly Janesville Mall) – Janesville (1973–present)
Valley Fair Shopping Center – Appleton (1955–present)
Valley View Mall – La Crosse (1980–present)
Wausau Center – Wausau (1983–present)
West Towne Mall – Madison (1970–present)
Wyoming
Eastridge Mall – Casper (1982–present)
Frontier Mall – Cheyenne (1981–present)
White Mountain Mall – Rock Springs (1978–present)

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