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Livingston Mall in Livingston New Jersey latest reviews

 

Classic, regional shopping mall since 1972, with brand-name retailers, eateries & a kids' play area.

Livingston Mall is a two-story shopping mall owned by Simon Property Group in Livingston, NJ, USA, serving the western counties of Essex, Morris and Union. The total leasable area of ​​the shopping center is 968,820 square feet (90,006 m2). Livingston Mall has 109 stores, anchored by Burns & Noble and Macy's.

Livingston Mall was planned in the late 1960s, starting with the Bambergers in 1971, the real mall in 1972, and Sears, M in 1972. Epstein and Hane & Company anchor stores have been added. The outflow of shoppers and shops from the suburbs and suburbs of northern New Jersey, as well as downtown Newark, once began a shopping mecca in northern New Jersey, which has been severe since the July 1967 riots. When the mall opened, both Bambergers and Hahne & Co had large flagship stores in downtown Newark. Sears also had a store on Elizabeth Avenue in Newark, which was once popular in Minami Ward. In 1986, the Bambergers Store was transformed into Macy's. In 1985, Harness gave way to Lord & Taylor when the parent company, which owns both posters, decided to withdraw from the Harness brand. Around this time, M. Epstein Store has become a Macy's supplement. Sears was the only original anchor in the shopping mall until it closed in 2020.

The Malls Gap Store, dating back to 1973, is the oldest surviving GAP store in New Jersey.
On February 6, 2020, Sears announced that it would close 31 stores nationwide as part of its closing plan. The COVID-19 pandemic peaked in New Jersey and closed on Saturday, April 11, 2020, the next day was Easter. On August 20, 2020, Lord & Taylor also announced that it would close a week later on August 27, 2020, as part of a plan to close 24 stores that switched to all Lord & Taylor stores nationwide. I did. December 29, 2020. This leaves Barnes & Noble and Macys the only remaining anchors.

On December 4, 2020, Essex County CEO Joseph Divinchenzo announced that he was touring the Old Sears Space with Livingston City officials, who temporarily delivered COVID-19. Announced that it will be used as a center. It will be used. The plan has been approved and will only serve residents of Livingston, Belleville, Maplewood, Milburn, Newark, Orange and South Orange. The vaccination center opened on December 29, 2020.
The Livingston Mall reform plan was approved by Livingston Township in March 2021.

With a 4.2 / 5 star overall rating and 4500 reviews, this mall will not let you down. The latest customer reviews are:

Sayad: 4/5 stars
sayad said - ''It’s a nice mall very calm and composed
They have brands like old navy Sketchers Remembering or even Pink Victoria’s Secret, Express Factory, things remembered''.

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Nadiyah: 5/5 stars
nadiyah said - ''Not super populated on a Sat, so I felt safe and folks were masked. Food court was pretty busy so I took my order to go''.
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Abhay: 5/5 stars
abhay said - ''It has what matters to shoppers. Easy parking, good crowd, clean premises (managed by Simon), and good assortment of shops and brands''.

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Milo: 5/5 stars
milo said - ''Some cool stores for teenagers. its a fun time for kids because the mall is pretty old fashion and not fancy. Coaches Ps is a really cool shop there, with some cool collectibles, and cards. also stores are not over priced like short hills''.

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George: 5/5 stars
george said - ''Barnes & Noble! Lots of places to buy Funko Pops like Hot Topic, etc. This mall has some open, empty stores but is still viable, good food court, and deserves a visit''.

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Livingston Mall is still one of the best shopping malls in the heart of New Jersey. Amazing history and amazing features, this is a good spot for shoppers and lively people to hang out

This article is based on the Official listing in Google maps