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Broadway Mall

Broadway Mall is a large shopping mall located in Hicksville, New York, United States. Originally built in the 1950s as an open-air shopping center called Mid-Island Plaza, Broadway Mall is currently a regional enclosed shopping center comprising more than 85 stores, as well as a food court and movie theater. Anchor stores at the mall are IKEA, Macy*s and Target. There is a Sears across the street from the mall, but it is not part of the mall.The mall was originally built as an open air shopping center as Mid Island Plaza in the late 1950s, as the population of Nassau County, Long Island surged and the area became a major suburban population center. Gertz, a department store based then in downtown Jamaica Queens, and a unit of the then Allied Stores Corporation planned the center and built a 5 level store to anchor the facility. The Gertz store was reported to be the tallest suburban department store ever built. In the early 1980s, Gertz closed their downtown Jamaica store, and this location became its new flagship store, and the Gertz corporate staff was relocated to the 5th floor of the Broadway Mall location.

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Location: Hicksville, New York, U.S.

Official site: http://www.broadwaymall.com

Owner: Vornado Realty Trust

Nb of stores: 85+

Nb of floors: 2

Anchor tenants: 3

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Broadway Mall –

Broadway Mall is a large shopping mall located in Hicksville, New York, United States. Originally built in the 1950s as an open-air shopping center called Mid-Island Plaza, Broadway Mall is currently a regional enclosed shopping center comprising more than 85 stores, as well as a food court and movie theater. Anchor stores at the mall are IKEA, Macy*s and Target. There is a Sears across the street from the mall, but it is not part of the mall.The mall was originally built as an open air shopping center as Mid Island Plaza in the late 1950s, as the population of Nassau County, Long Island surged and the area became a major suburban population center. Gertz, a department store based then in downtown Jamaica Queens, and a unit of the then Allied Stores Corporation planned the center and built a 5 level store to anchor the facility. The Gertz store was reported to be the tallest suburban department store ever built. In the early 1980s, Gertz closed their downtown Jamaica store, and this location became its new flagship store, and the Gertz corporate staff was relocated to the 5th floor of the Broadway Mall location.

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