On The Mall - Kalamazoo, Michigan

The first permanent park-like Shoppers Mall in the nation to be built in an existing downtown business district.

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    I can’t believe it ever looked like this.
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    Agreed, I would hang out downtown so much more if it was still that beautiful.
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    Oh my God if it still looked like this I would be 100000000 times more okay with living here.
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    If only Kalamazoo was still like this.
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    It’s like the Grove, but real. Not that “reality” is in the purview of shopping malls. A few eons ago, I read an...
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