Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Texas malls past their primes

Near the end of 2012, Boing Boing blogged about how malls are dying. In the past, I've written about my memories of Houston's Westwood Mall and Sharpstown Mall.

One site that chronicles this funeral march of roofed commercialism, is deadmalls.com. Here is a list of its Texas entries.

- Amigoland Mall: Brownsville, TX
- Big Town Mall: Mesquite (Dallas), TX
- Denton Factory Stores: Denton, TX
- Forum 303 Mall: Arlington, TX
- Greenspoint Mall: Houston, TX
- Highland Mall: Austin, TX
- Mall Of The Mainland: Houston, TX
- Manor East Mall: Bryan (College Station), TX
- North Hills Mall: North Richland Hills, TX
- Northwest Mall: Houston, TX
- Pasadena Town Square: Pasadena, TX
- Prestonwood Town Center: Dallas, TX
- Richardson Square Mall: Richardson, TX
- Sharpstown Mall: Houston, TX
- Six Flags Mall: Arlington, TX
- San Jacinto Mall: Baytown, TX
- The Shops At Willow Bend: Plano, TX
- Sunrise Mall: Corpus Christi, TX
- Town & Country Mall: Houston, TX
- Valley View Mall: Dallas, TX
- Western Plaza: Amarillo, TX
- Windsor Park Mall: San Antonio, TX


  1. Hey Mike McGuff, I hear that Camille Williams has joined KPRC 2 this week, as the successor for Nefertiti Jaquez.

  2. San Antonio's Windsor Park mall used to be pretty cool. I remember seeing yesterday's blockbusters there: "For Your Eyes Only," "Clash of the Titans." And it had some of the best pizza...Luca's Pizza. Likewise, the Sunrise Mall in Corpus was a great teen hangout: 1$ Theater and two awesome arcades.


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