A gallery of distressed and abandoned malls in the United States.

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View towards Elder-Beerman and the now-closed Sears.

Cedar Knoll Galleria

Kyova Mall, formerly known as Cedar Knoll Galleria, is located south of Ashland, Kentucky. Despite being planned for six department stores and over 100 inline retailers, it has three anchors and a nearly empty interior concourse.

Location: Ashland, Kentucky
Status: Active

Crestview Hills

Crestview Hills Mall, located in Crestview Hills, Kentucky at Dixie Highway and Interstate 275, opened in 1981.

Location: Crestview Hills, Kentucky
Status: Demolished

Former Dillard's.

Lexington Mall

The Lexington Mall, formerly located on Richmond Road in Lexington, Kentucky, was completed in 1975 by Saul Centers. It was the second indoor shopping center in the city.

Location: Lexington, Kentucky
Status: Renovated/Demolished

Beechmont Mall

Beechmont Mall, an enclosed shopping center in Anderson Township on the eastern fringes of Cincinnati, Ohio, was constructed in 1969.

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Status: Demolished

Cincinnati Mills

Cincinnati Mall

Forest Fair Mall, later known as Cincinnati Mills and Cincinnati Mall, is an ailing shopping center in the northern Cincinnati, Ohio suburb of Fairfield.

Location: Fairfield, Ohio
Status: Closed

McGuffey Mall

McGuffey Mall

The McGuffey Mall and adjoining Garland Plaza were both former shopping centers in Youngstown, Ohio.

Location: Youngstown, Ohio
Status: Demolished

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Randall Park Mall

Randall Park Mall, an enclosed shopping center in the village of North Randall, Ohio southeast of Cleveland, boasted the motto, “Much More Than Everything.” After years of decline, the mall closed in March 2009. Demolition began in December 2014.

Location: Randall Park, Ohio
Status: Demolished

Towne Mall

Towne Mall

Towne Mall is an ailing shopping center in Middletown, Ohio anchored by Elder-Beerman, Sears, Gabes, and Burlington.

Location: Middletown, Ohio
Status: Active

Westland Mall

Westland Mall

Westland Mall is a mostly abandoned shopping mall on the western fringes of Columbus, Ohio. One of four directionally-named shopping centers in the region, all but Southland were constructed by Jacobs, Visconsi & Jacobs.

Location: Columbus, Ohio
Status: Abandoned

Century III Mall

Century III Mall

Century III Mall is an ailing shopping center near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Constructed in 1979, it was the third largest enclosed mall in the world at the time of its completion. It is named after the United State’s 1976 bicentennial.

Location: West Mifflin, Pennsylvania
Status: Active

The Foundry at South Strabane

The Foundry at South Strabane

The Foundry at South Strabane is a former shopping center near Washington, Pennsylvania that was abandoned after the ground settled under the complex.

Location: Washington, Pennsylvania
Status: Demolished

Washington Mall

Washington Mall

Washington Mall is a nearly vacant indoor shopping center along US 19 near Interstates 70 and 79 in Washington, Pennsylvania.

Location: Washington, Pennsylvania
Status: Active

East Hills Mall

East Hills Mall

The East Hills Mall, a small shopping center along U.S. Route 60 east of Huntington, West Virginia, opened in the early 1960’s.

Location: Huntington, West Virginia
Status: Renovated