Connecticut’s Crystal Mall: Dead Mall Walking or Still Alive and Well?
If you walked into the Crystal Mall in Waterford, Connecticut, you might ask yourself, "Where is everybody?" Some may say it's like shopping in a ghost town. The fact is this mall that opened in 1984 is in trouble and is only 40% occupied, according to wtnh.com.
According to a recent article on the website businessinsider.com, there may be just 150 malls left in the United States in 10 years, down from 700. Online shopping is the main culprit for the decline in shopping malls across the country. For example, the Crystal Mall in Waterford was in danger of closing its doors but has been thrown a lifeline.
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