Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Tag: Mall

3 gunmen target, shoot jewelry shopper at NYC mall

Three gunmen ambushed and shot a man who was shopping for jewelry at the Jamaica Colosseum Mall, cops said. But the two-bit tough guys left with only his wallet in the brazen broad daylight targeted robbery.

Security footage of the incident begins as a 37-year-old man was walking to his Range Rover in the mall’s rooftop parking lot, after spending several hour shopping for jewels on April 30, sources said.

A masked man with a hooded trench coat and rifle can be seen charging at the shopper in the surveillance video.

“Give me everything you got,” he demanded, according to

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AIM Architecture turns Xintiandi shopping mall atrium into plant-filled plaza

Shopping centres don’t have to “bright, white and shiny” according to AIM Architecture, which has transformed the Xintiandi mall in Shanghai by adding natural materials and plants.


The previously underused atrium has been reimagined in the spirit of a garden plaza, with wooden surfaces, plants hanging down from the balconies and natural light filtering in from above.

Xintiandi atrium by AIM Architecture
A wooden trellis structure now frames the atrium

Architect Wendy Saunders, co-principal of AIM Architecture, said the aim was to bring nature into a type of space that is typically very sterile.

“The sheer scale and amount of shopping malls in Asia

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Fans take over shopping mall to protest rule letting just 8 spectators into matches

Fans of Swedish club AIK took over a shopping mall on Sunday to protest against government restrictions that only allow eight spectators inside football grounds for matches.

The nation’s government has not given football an exemption to the rule limiting outside gatherings to eight people, thereby fixing the single-figure limit on the number of supporters allowed into stadiums. It recently announced that up to 500 fans could be allowed to attend major sporting events as of May 17, but only once the infection rate is deemed low enough.

As such, only a handful of fans made it through

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Is the shopping mall moving past the point of no return?

Paradise Valley Mall, an iconic shopping mall and northeast Phoenix retail landmark, has shuttered its doors for good to make way for a future mixed-used development.

The corporation that owns the 92-acre property announced its closing March 29 after first opening in 1978. The indoor shopping mall, which included department stores, boutiques, movie theaters and a food court and which helped introduce Chick-fil-A to the Phoenix market, will be radically transformed in the upcoming months. New uses will include a “high-end grocery, restaurants, multifamily residences, offices, retail shops and other elements,” according to a press release issued by Macerich, which

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Mall Owner Explores Debt Restructuring for New York’s Largest Shopping Center

The owner of Destiny USA, the largest shopping center in New York, is exploring a possible restructuring of the struggling property’s municipal and mortgage-backed debt obligations, people familiar with the matter said.

Pyramid Management Group has hired financial adviser Houlihan Lokey Inc. and law firm Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP to look into restructuring options for Destiny USA as pandemic regulations continue to affect the mall’s bottom line, according to people familiar with the matter.

A six-story structure in Syracuse, N.Y., by Onondaga Lake, Destiny USA owes roughly $286 million in municipal bond debt and about $430 million in commercial

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Racine man allegedly stole around $40,000 worth of jewelry at Regency Mall | Crime and Courts

RACINE — A Racine man allegedly stole around $40,000 worth of jewelry at Regency Mall, 5538 Durand Ave.

The Missouri House debated a plan to strip funding from the Medicaid expansion plan, which voters approved in August 2020. Here, Republican members explain some reasons to hold funding.


Decarion S. Powell, 23, of the 1300 block of Ohio Street, was charged with felony counts burglary of a building or dwelling, theft of movable property between $10,000-$100,000 and possession of burglarious tools, three misdemeanor counts of criminal damage to property and a misdemeanor count of obstructing an officer.

According to a criminal

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