That Mall is sick and that Store is dead!

April 28, 2020

“Lord & Taylor quietly deleted its Instagram and Twitter accounts amid reports the department store is eyeing bankruptcy options”

Filed under: potential dead chains — Anita @ 11:22 pm

(business insider article)

Lord & Taylor appears to have quietly deleted its Instagram and Twitter accounts, less than a week after reports surfaced that the retailer is considering filing for bankruptcy.

The retailer’s accounts on these two platforms seem to have completely disappeared and were inaccessible on Monday afternoon. While its Facebook page remains active, its last post — a promotion for pajamas — was shared one month ago on March 27. While it was not immediately clear when the accounts were deleted or the reason for going dark, historically such moves point to a period of significant transition for a company or may indicate the possibility of liquidation.

I went on their website, and noticed that they were suddenly having a friends and family sale. Hmm?

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April 26, 2020

wvec Coliseum Mall last day report, 1/14/2007

Filed under: "coliseum mall" — Anita @ 11:27 pm

April 25, 2020

Coliseum Mall Photos, October 2006

Filed under: "coliseum mall",Uncategorized — Anita @ 6:19 pm

So There's Only Like 100 Parking Spots Left

I remember this day, dad took me to LensCrafters to get new lenses. There was probably about 100 parking spots left at the main entrance?

Macys (Coliseum Mall)

Hecht’s had just received its Macy’s sign.

Macys (Coliseum Mall)

I miss this building so much. Macys closed in 2017, and was town down a short time later. There’s an Element motel and a Floor and Decor on the land now.

 

April 20, 2020

Newmarket Opening Day Articles Updated

Filed under: newmarket fair mall — Anita @ 12:16 am

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I updated a thirteen year old post this weekend. With clearer images and easier to read articles.

April 18, 2020

Coliseum Mall Original Plans, July 9, 1970

Filed under: "coliseum mall" — Anita @ 10:21 pm

two years later, construction finally started:

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