Waterbury Mall Gets a New Lease on Life and the Mall America Forgot About
According to CT Insider, here's some excellent news for Waterbury's dying Brass Mill Center. The Waterbury Mall and Brass Mill Commons have received a new lease on life.
The Kohan Retail Investment Group recently purchased the mall for $44.9 million. Mike Kohan told CT Insider that they've been in the mall business for 20 years and have done a lot of repositioning. Kohan and his partners specialize in bringing malls back to life. He made a statement to Insider saying that they hope to add things that can bring more traffic to the mall, which would then in-turn bring on more tenants.
In March, I wrote an article titled, The 6 Worst Shopping Malls in Connecticut. In 2020 and 2021, marketing and business moguls wrote smack about how malls were destined for a slow death. But that doesn't appear to be the case in 2022 according to an article on the website, spectrumlocalnews.com in Charlotte, North Carolina.
I invite you to take a look at my photo gallery which includes inside shots of the Brass Mill Center along with photos of an abandoned mall in North Carolina that's been labeled, "The Mall America Forgot About."
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