The Shops at Nanuet
|Location||5101 Fashion Drive|
Nanuet, New York, U.S. 10954
|Opening date||1969(Nanuet Mall) 2013 (Shops at Nanuet)|
|No. of stores and services||(Originally 120) 56 (as of 2019)|
|No. of anchor tenants||2|
|Total retail floor area||757,928 sq ft (70,413.8 m2)|
|No. of floors||2|
|Public transit access|| Rockland Coaches bus routes: 11A, 20, 47 and 49 |
Access to New Jersey Transit/Metro-North Railroad train station in Nanuet (Pascack Valley Line).
The Shops at Nanuet is a Simon Malls-operated outdoor shopping mall located at the intersection of New York State Route 59 and Middletown Road in Nanuet, New York, U.S.. The mall is also accessible via exit 14 of the New York Thruway (either direction). Built on the site of the former Nanuet Mall, the Shops at Nanuet opened in 2013.
The original mall's original two anchor stores were Bamberger's (later became Macy's) and Sears. From 1969 to 1977, before it was a mall, the lot served as a strip club known as the "Booby Trap"  In 1994, a new wing was built anchored by Stern's. When the Stern's brand was phased out (with most other stores becoming Macy's stores) the anchor space became Boscov's, before the latter closed in May 2008 in preparation for the mall's demolition (Simon Property Group owned the Boscov's space while Macy's and Sears owned their respective real estate).
The mall, which used to be wetlands, had grown to 900,000 square feet (84,000 m2) and encompassed 120 stores in 1999. The mall went into decline following the opening of the nearby Palisades Center in March 1998. Nearly all of the stores except for Macy's and Sears closed by early 2011, when Simon unveiled plans to rebuild the mall as The Shops at Nanuet, an outdoor mall featuring shops, restaurants, a fitness center, and a Regal Cinemas movie theater, which opened on November 7, 2013. By January 2012, all the stores in the mall had closed (except for Macy's and Sears), and demolition had begun. Construction started after the demolition and the new Shops at Nanuet opened on October 10, 2013.
On October 15, 2018, it was announced that Sears would be closing as part of a plan to close 142 stores nationwide. The store closed in January 2019.
On November 29, 2018, it was announced that Macy's would be closing in April 2019 and will be replaced by an At Home home furniture store on the first floor, and some new tenants (yet to be announced) on the second floor.
Nanuet Mall was the site of the 1981 Brink's robbery, during which members of the Black Liberation Army and the May 19th Communist Movement murdered two police officers and a security guard during the robbery of an armored car.  It is also a common place for prostitution and drug consuption. 
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