Shopping Mall

Mall StoresThe Tanasbourne Mall was the brainchild of the Standard Insurance Company. It was situated on 2700 NW 185th Ave (the intersection of 185th and the Sunset Highway). Built in 1974-seventy five, it opened to the general public on April three, 1975. The mall was a semi-underground structure and featured roughly 50 retail stores. It lined 18 acres. The foremost storefronts were Safeway, Pay Less Drug and Miller’s Department Store. It additionally featured a public library, auditorium and a day care facility. The mall ran out of steam and was closed in 1993. It was demolished shortly afterwards. Today, Target and its massive front car parking zone occupy to former site of the Tanasbourne Town Center.

I have always shopped at thrift stores. The means the economic system has been the past few years, it looks like lots of people have gotten over any stigma they may have felt. That’s not …