St. Louis Mills Mall (Part 2)

Although the purpose of this blog was to challenge myself to look for places where nature was taking over man-made structures, the subject of this set of posts, the St. Louis Mills Mall, is in remarkably good shape and nature has not yet made many inroads aside from a few water leaks in the ceiling. Given that the mall property is supposed to be turned into a sports complex soon, nature will likely not get a chance to reclaim this property any time soon. So I suppose that this post is a bit off-topic.

In any case, below are photos of some of the stores, and details from some of the many mall decorations in the now-closed St. Louis Mills. For some overview shots of the hallway please see my prior post.

Many of the closed storefronts were covered in banners with different shopping-related quotes.

No decision should be made on an empty shopping bag
Human nature - bookstore quote
Yes I'm a shopaholic
Clothes make the man
Here we grow again
The fun starts here

This was the former Bath & Body Works:
Bath & Body Works at St. Louis Mills

Here’s a peek inside what was left of Marshall’s:
Marshall's at St. Louis Mills

I can’t remember which store this was.
Abandoned store

The Burlington Coat Factory was still open, but had been shrunk far down from its original size, with no entrance from the mall itself.
Burlington Coat Factory at St. Louis Mills
Across from Burlington Coat Factory St. Louis Mills

Another abandoned store:
Abandoned store

Decorative details from the mall:

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