Westfield Sunrise, commonly known as Sunrise Mall, is a shopping mall located in East Massapequa, New York. The mall opened on August 30, 1973 as the first 2-level shopping center on Long Island. It was remodeled in 1991 and it was acquired by the Westfield Group in 2005.
Walmart closed its store in the mall on March 6, 2015.
Nassau Inter-County Express (NICE) buses that serve the mall are the n19 (Freeport-Sunrise Mall), n54 (Hempstead-Amityville via Washington Avenue), n55 (Hempstead-Amityville via Jerusalem Avenue), and n71 (Hempstead-Sunrise Mall via Hempstead Turnpike) The n54 does not run on Sundays, while the n19, n55 and n71 run seven days a week. The eastbound n55 terminates at the mall on Sundays.
Two Suffolk County Transit (SCT) buses, the S20 (Sunrise Mall-Babylon) and S33 (Sunrise Mall-Hauppauge), also serve the mall, with the latter running seven days a week.
- Abraham & Straus (Opened in 1973. Closed in 1995. Replaced by Stern's)
- Stern's (Opened in 1973. Closed in 1995. Replaced by Sears)
- Stern's (Opened in 1995. Closed in 2001. Replaced by Walmart)
- Walmart (Opened in 2001. Closed in 2015. Left vacant.)
Coordinates: 40°40′58″N 73°26′05″W / 40.6829°N 73.434591°W