ON the face of it, this mall looks great. Nice airy modern building, great line up of high end department stores, plus a Sears to balance it out. But it was dead every time I was there, that eventually gave it a depressing feel. A very homogeneous crowd (white), and the place was practically empty and the only black person I saw was being questioned by several security guards . Rightly or Wrongly- I don't know- but I left with a bad taste.
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