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New Hampshire Malls & Shopping Centers

Pheasant Lane Mall, Othe cities New Hampshire
310 Daniel Webster Highway - Nashua, NH   03060

The Pheasant Lane Mall is a two level super-regional mall located in tax-free New Hampshire. The 1,000,000 square foot mall opened in 1986 and attracts over 10 million customer annually. The mall is anchored by Sears, JCPenney, Target, and Macy's and boasts over 130 specialty stores and a 13-unit Food Court.
Mall of New Hampshire
1500 South Willow Street - Manchester, NH   03103

Mall of New Hampshire makes shopping easy and convenient. Favorite department stores Macy's, JCPenney, Sears, and Best Buy, anchor Mall of New Hampshire. The mall also offers 125 specialty stores, 4 full-service restaurants, and a 550-seat Food Court.
Mall at Rockingham Park, Othe cities New Hampshire
99 Rockingham Park Blvd. - Salem, NH   03079

New Hampshire's largest mall, promises you shopping success! With 3 major department stores and more than 140 specialty shops and kiosks, you're sure to find everything you're looking for at The Mall at Rockingham Park. Visit us soon for a stress-free shopping experience!
Steeplegate Mall
270 Loudon Road - Concord, NH   03301

Steeplegate Mall has the stores you want to shop with over 75 department stores and specialty shops including Old Navy, The Bon-Ton, Circuit City, JCPenney and Sears. Haven't checked us out in a while? Some of the recent additions to the Steeplegate Mall include Talbots, Abercrombie & Fitch, Pacific Sunwear, Charlotte Russe, B. Moss, Shoe Department and much more....
Fox Run Mall, Othe cities New Hampshire
50 Fox Run Road #128 - Newington, NH   03801
The Fox Run Mall is a shopping mall in Newington, New Hampshire, just north of Portsmouth. Its main anchor stores include J. C. Penney, Macy's Men's & Home Store (formerly Jordan Marsh), Macy's Women's (formerly Filene's) and Sears. The mall has over 100 stores all on one level. Completed in 1983, this mall functioned mainly as a successor to the smaller and dated Newington Mall, which has since been converted into a big box retail center. Source