New York City Malls & Shopping Centers
The first 26 floors are comprised of luxury offices, providing world class services to Trump Tower’s commercial tenants. Accessible through a private entrance on 56th street, the residential condominiums comprise floors 30 through 68 and are considered one of the world’s elite luxury residences, catering to public figures, athletes, celebrities and other affluent sophisticates. A magnificent waterfall runs through the Atrium of Trump Tower further enhancing its beauty, with Trump Bar and Trump Grille on its entrance and lower level. To complement the refined tastes of our residents, the stunning new Gucci flagship store occupies the 5th avenue corner of the building.<br/> Rising 68 stories above 5th Avenue between East 56th and East 57th streets, Trump Tower is one of New York’s most visited attractions since its completion in 1983. Originally the tallest all-glass structure in Manhattan, Trump Tower is still one of the most distinctive buildings in the world, in one of New York City’s most prime locations, offering unobstructed views of Central Park and midtown Manhattan.
A first class shopping environment second to none. Where a brand new JCPenney, an expanded Macy’s, an expanded and relocated food court and tons of incredible new stores that offer the latest brands and fashion merchandise available, anywhere, are waiting to be explored. Located adjacent to major boulevards, primary highway routes and in very close proximity to some of the busiest transportation hubs, the new Queens Center offers convenience and accessibility. Plus an additional parking garage enhances traffic flow to and from surrounding thoroughfares, making Queens Center the ideal place to visit.
The Staten Island Mall is a shopping mall in the Staten Island borough of New York City. The only indoor shopping mall in the borough, the mall is located in the New Springville neighborhood along a busy stretch of Richmond Avenue, which served as a courtyard for the Fresh Kills Landfill. Its location puts it near the geographic center of the island. It opened for business on August 9, 1973, built on a 105-acre site of what was once a semi-public airport. It is the largest retail center on the island and is the site of the island's second largest public transit hub after the St. George ferry terminal, with numerous bus routes that connect to the periphery of the mall area. Service is even available, via the S79, to the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
Bay Plaza Shopping Center is the place where the Bronx goes to Shop, Meet and Dine. <br> That's because the widest selection of merchandise is available in one location, from groceries to electronics and furniture, fast food and restaurants, to clothes and shoes for the entire family.
Right at the southwest corner of Central Park, neighboring Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The Plaza Hotel and The Museum of Arts and Design, The Shops @ Columbus Circle are a must visit place for visitors looking for sophisticated fashion and fine dining. With more than 40 specialty retail shops, ranging from fashion & accessories, to electronics, jewelry and cigars, like Armani Exchange, Cole Haan, Tourneau , Sephora, J. Crew, Hugo Boss, Bebe, Coach, Time Warner Medialab, Williams-Sonoma, Davidoff of Geneva, and 60,000 square-foot Whole Foods Market, and 40,000 square-foot Equinox Fitness Club, The Shops @ Columbus Circle are one of the most iconic destinations. If you need help shopping, contact their Guest Services department. Their Ambassadors are dedicated to providing visitors with first-class service, assisting you in navigating the shops, restaurants & bars, events, and more. Sign up to become a member of the “INSIDE the CIRCLE”, and you will be immediately welcome to an exclusive world of New York fashion, food and happenings. Take advantage of the members-only shops and restaurants offers and promotions, and exclusive members giveaways and prizes; get the early scoop on fashion events, in-store appearances and sale; gain access to the world of culinary excellence, events and excitement; get special event tickets, unique dining and lifestyle itineraries and foodie weekends. And all this for free! By Ruth Cohen.
The Manhattan Mall, one of the few traditional indoor malls in New York City, is located at 33rd Street and Sixth Avenue. There are entrances to the 34th Street-Herald Square subway station and the 33rd Street PATH station on the second basement level. <br> The mall is located in the high-rise building formerly used by the Gimbels flagship store, which closed in 1986. On April 18, 2007, JCPenney announced that it would open a 150,000 square foot store at the mall, its first in Manhattan. As a result, retailers and the food court on the second underground level have been closed to make way for their new store. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
The Seaport and Pier 17 have a rich and diverse history as profound to New York City as Wall Street, Central Park or Times Square. This cultural marketplace along the dynamic Lower Manhattan waterfront is a gateway to the harbor. The neighborhood offers attractions, shops and restaurants for every taste. Diverse year-round events are easily accessible by subway, car, ferry or bus. Concerts, street performers, boating, bike rentals, a farmers market, summer beach and winter celebrations abound.
The Winter Garden Shops and Restaurants. Over 40 restaurants, brand name retailers and specialty shops. The World Financial Center, ideally situated on the Hudson River waterfront in Lower Manhattan, with its grand centerpiece, the 10-story glass pavilion Winter Garden, features a stunning outdoor waterfront esplanade.
The MetroTech Business Improvement District (BID) is a non-profit community development organization founded in 1992 to further revitalization of Downtown Brooklyn. <br> Based at MetroTech Center, the BID provides public safety, sanitation, economic development, marketing and-promotional services throughout a 25-block District made up of diverse businesses, universities and government agencies.
Atlantic Terminal Mall is a shopping mall located on Atlantic Avenue surrounded by Hanson Place, Fort Greene Place and Flatbush Avenue in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn, New York. <br> It is also across the street from the older Atlantic Center Mall (via a small enclosed bridge from Target) which was developed by the same real estate company, Forest City Enterprises. It is also an office building and part of the ticket office of the Long Island Rail Road's Atlantic Terminal, which has been been under the process of renovation since the mall was built. Parts of Atlantic Center Mall were also renovated to compete with the new mall. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
Kings Plaza is a shopping center that opened in 1970, within the Marine Park/Mill Basin section of Brooklyn, east of Flatbush Avenue. Originally hosting the now defunct Alexander's, as well as Macy*s department store chains, it began to operate a branch of Sears in 1997, and underwent extensive renovations in 2001. Later, Kings Plaza closed the Waldenbooks book store, Suncoast videos and Sam Goody music store. The Banana Republic store was closed and changed into a children's clothing store named Kidstown (which has also closed) and a Godiva chocolate store was added. CVS also closed and was replaced by a furniture store. An Armani Exchange store was added to the mall, expected to open summer 2008. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>