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Everett Mall is a 673,000-square-foot (62,500 m2) indoor/outdoor shopping mall located in Everett, Washington, United States. Planned in the late 1960s, the mall began with the construction of two anchor stores, Sears in 1969 and White Front in 1971. The mall was originally built and opened in 1974 after the Boeing bust stalled construction in 1972. It was further plagued upon opening with one anchor store closing before the rest of the mall could open as well as a low tenant rate. The mall began to rebound after The Bon Marché (later Macy's) opened in 1977, leading to the construction of an additional north wing to the mall anchored by the upscale Frederick & Nelson department store. In 2004, the mall underwent a massive expansion and renovation that included the addition of a 16-screen m

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  • Everett Mall je obchodní centrum o rozloze 62 500 m² v Everettu v americkém státě Washington. Jeho historie sahá až ke konci 60. let, kdy se plánovala jeho konstrukce. Krátce poté byly postaveny pobočky hlavních nájemníků střediska, řetězců Sears (1969) a White Front (1971). Konstrukce centra samotného byla dokončena až v roce 1974, jelikož byla zpožděna kvůli krizi společnosti Boeing, hlavního zaměstnavatele v regionu. Nakonec bylo centrum otevřeno jen s jedním hlavním nájemníkem, jelikož řetězec White Front mířil ke krachu. Po otevření se navíc potýkalo s nedostatkem menších nájemníků. V roce 1977 se s příchodem řetězce The Bon Marché začalo blýskat na lepší časy a dokonce bylo přistavěno další křídlo, jehož hlavním nájemcem se stal prestižní řetězec obchodních domů Frederick & Nelson. V
  • Everett Mall is a 673,000-square-foot (62,500 m2) indoor/outdoor shopping mall located in Everett, Washington, United States. Planned in the late 1960s, the mall began with the construction of two anchor stores, Sears in 1969 and White Front in 1971. The mall was originally built and opened in 1974 after the Boeing bust stalled construction in 1972. It was further plagued upon opening with one anchor store closing before the rest of the mall could open as well as a low tenant rate. The mall began to rebound after The Bon Marché (later Macy's) opened in 1977, leading to the construction of an additional north wing to the mall anchored by the upscale Frederick & Nelson department store. In 2004, the mall underwent a massive expansion and renovation that included the addition of a 16-screen m
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