A gallery of abandoned businesses in the United States.
Randall Park Mall, located in North Randall, Ohio, was once one of the largest enclosed shopping centers in the United States.
H. Gordon and Sons Department Store is an abandoned four-story department store in downtown Gary, Indiana.
The Gary Heat, Light & Water Building was home to the utility company along Madison Avenue in Gary, Indiana.
The Holiday Inn – North Randall was an abandoned hotel adjacent to Randall Park Mall in Randall Park, Ohio.
Esther Manor is an abandoned resort in the Catskills Mountain near Monticello, New York.
Kutsher’s Hotel & Country Club is an abandoned resort in the Catskill Mountains of New York. It was the longest running of the “Borscht Belt” resorts and served as the inspiration for the 1987 movie Dirty Dancing, which was about a teenager who falls in love with a dance teacher while on vacation with her family in the 1960’s.
The Kenoza House is a formerly closed boarding house in the Catskill Mountains of New York. It has since reopened as Kenoza Hall.
The Great Afro-American Wax Museum is an active museum centered around black educational history and prominent historical wax figures in Maryland.
Old Town Mall is a nearly abandoned shopping center in the Old Town neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland.
The Monongahela National Bank and Second National Bank are former banks located along Market Street in downtown Brownsville, Pennsylvania.
The historic Stambaugh Building, located at 44 East Federal Plaza in Youngstown, Ohio, was home to the Youngstown Sheet & Tube Company. Once proposed for demolition, the nearly vacant tower was rehabilitated in 2018 into a DoubleTree by Hilton hotel with two restaurants, a coffee shop, and a roof-top bar.
Maennerchor Hall is an abandoned German social club near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Maennerchor is a German word for “male choir.”)
The Sheraton Motor Inn is an abandoned hotel and conference centre in Danville, Pennsylvania.
The Wiscasset Bungalows is an abandoned resort in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, situated in a 1,000 acre pine grove above a high bluff.
Bushkill Resort is an abandoned summer resort in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.
Scot Run Resort is an abandoned 250-acre resort in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.
Cedar Knoll Galleria, later known as Kyova Mall, is a former shopping center under redevelopment near Ashland, Kentucky.
The abandoned Monongahela Hotel is located in downtown Brownsville, Pennsylvania. In later years, it became Towne House, an apartment complex.
The McGuffey Mall and adjoining Garland Plaza are former shopping centers in Youngstown, Ohio.