Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls

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Fashion Outlets Niagara Falls
Niagra Falls Factory Outlet Mall.JPG
Location Niagara Falls, New York
Opening date 1982
Owner Macerich
No. of stores and services 204
No. of anchor tenants 2
Total retail floor area 700,000 square feet (65,032.1 m2)
No. of floors 1
Website Fashion Outlets

Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls, formerly Niagara Factory Outlet Mall, Niagara Factory Outlets, and Prime Outlets of Niagara Falls, is an outlet mall serving Niagara Falls, New York. The outlet mall opened in 1982 in a former King's discount store.[1]

A 1995 expansion added sixty stores, including a Saks Fifth Avenue outlet store called Off Fifth.[2] In 1997, the mall was acquired by Prime Retail (now part of The Lightstone Group) for $89 million.[3] A $12 million renovation in 2006 added new tenants and renamed the complex Fashion Outlets Niagara Falls USA.[4] The mall became a Macerich property in 2011. A further 175,000 sq. ft. expansion opened Thursday, October 23rd 2014.[5] There was a ribbon-cutting ceremony on November 6th, 2014 with festivities and entertainment until November 9th, 2014. [6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sharon Linstedt (18 September 1994). "Niagara Factory Outlet Mall Going Upscale: 50 to 60 New Retailers, Including Sak's, Being Added in $20 Million Expansion". The Buffalo News. 
  2. ^ Rick Stouffer (18 August 1995). "Saks Fifth Avenue is first store in outlet mall expansion". The Buffalo News. 
  3. ^ Sharon Linstedt (4 December 1997). "Prime Retail pays $89 million for Niagara Factory Outlets". The Buffalo News. 
  4. ^ Pam Kowalik and Bill Michelmore (23 October 2006). "Niagara outlets mall gets new name, five new tenants". The Buffalo News. 
  5. ^ "CNN". 
  6. ^ Karen Maurer (September 23, 2014). "MACERICH’S EXPANSION OF FASHION OUTLETS OF NIAGARA FALLS USA SET TO OPEN OCTOBER 23". Fashion Outlets Niagara. 

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