Clifton Park Center

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Clifton Park Center
Clifton Park Mall Clifton Park, NY (8276791544).jpg
Exterior view of Clifton Park Center, December 2012
Location Clifton Park, New York
Opening date 1976
Developer Myron Hunt
Management DCG Development
Owner DCG Development
No. of stores and services 70+
No. of anchor tenants 3
No. of floors 1 (main mall), Boscov's has 2 floors, and a five-story Hilton Garden Inn opened in 2011.

Clifton Park Center, formerly known as the Clifton Country Mall, is a large retail center, located in Clifton Park, New York. The mall features over 70 stores and a food court.

In April 2006, the mall was purchased by DCG Development, a Clifton Park-based development firm.[1] The new developers demolished the mall's northern section (everything north of Marshalls), converting the area into a lifestyle section, consisting of outdoor storefronts, each with individual entrances. The demolitions left both JC Penney and the former Steinbach as stand-alone buildings, separated from the rest of the mall. In August 2009, the former Steinbach was demolished and converted into a stand-alone lifestyle building, consisting of outdoor storefronts with individual entrances.[2] In 2011, the mall's original movie theater and its surrounding area was demolished and replaced with a new “state of the art” 10 screen Regal Cinema and a five-story Hilton Garden Inn.[3]


  1. ^ "Smart shopper: DCG Development spends $11M for Clifton Park mall". Retrieved 1 April 2017. 
  2. ^ Churchill, Chris. "Clifton Park Center enters 'Phase Three'". Times Union. Retrieved 6 April 2013. 
  3. ^ "Clifton Park Center Announces Multiple Additions". DCG Development. Retrieved 6 April 2013. 

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Coordinates: 42°51′30″N 73°46′42″W / 42.85833°N 73.77833°W / 42.85833; -73.77833