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Coronado Center, Albuquerque

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Coronado Center is a shopping mall in Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States. Built in 1965 by the Homart Development Company, a defunct real-estate division of the department store Sears, the mall has undergone several renovations and expansions in its history which have led to it becoming the largest in the state. Its anchor stores include Macy's, J. C. Penney, Dick's Sporting Goods, Round One Entertainment, and Kohl's, with one vacancy formerly occupied by Sears; other major tenants include Barnes & Noble, H&M, Forever 21, The Container Store, The Cheesecake Factory, and Boot Barn. The mall features over 130 stores, including a food court, and it is managed by Brookfield Properties.
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  • This is a nice mall with typical nationally recognized stores. Not too crowded and pleasant to walk through and window shop.  more »
  • Clean bright bustling shopping centre. Particularly loved the Earthbound store which happened to have a sale on at the time of our visit. Loved their merchandise so much I tried to get more when I...  more »
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  • Everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves. It was busy and comfortable. Lots of people buying and socializing. Remember having fun at the mall in the 80s. Enjoyed the experience again. Wish there was a movie theatre again. But there is lots of things to amuse.
  • My daughter like most other daughter's love to drag her dad around the mall. We spent most of our time at Barnes and Noble and then off to see what bargains she could find that fit into her budget. Everyone was pleasant and the security officer's were friendly and professional. In light of the recent tragedies it's nice to have a police substation at the mall.

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