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Hamilton Mall, Atlantic City

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The Hamilton Mall is a major shopping destination in Mays Landing, in Hamilton Township, Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States. Opened in 1987, the two-story enclosed mall is anchored by Macy's. The former Sears and JCPenney are closed. (Sears and JCPenney were at the Shore Mall (now Harbor Square) prior to 1987).

The mall is adjacent to the Black Horse Pike (U.S. Route 322) and U.S. Route 40, and is close to the Atlantic City Expressway and Atlantic City, making it a high tourist destination for vacationers there. The mall has a gross leasable area of 1,028,500 sq ft (95,550 m2).
The mall has over 140 stores, making it the largest mall in southeastern New Jersey. An Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Longhorn Steakhouse, and Buffalo Wild Wings are all located on pad sites on the outskirts of the parking lot. Financial services include an Executive Cash Service Center and various Bank of America ATMs. In 2017, the mall had a value of $90.78 million, which was reduced to $75 million in 2018.
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  • When you go to Atlantic City the 1st and possibly only thing that comes to mind is gambling in the casinos; which is true. However, there are other things to do that are not far away at all and very....  more »
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  • I have been coming to this mall since 90's and it's not the same as years ago. Stores come and go over the years but seems there is more vacancy than in the past. They refreshed/rebuild a lot of stores so it's becoming to look more modern. It's nice and quiet with less foot traffic than other big malls.
  • Stores are closing at the mall I grew up going to the mall and worked at a few places a long time ago and it's sad to see some of the bigger stores that drew crowds there leaving and going out of busy. Just doesn't feel the same. Although I did get some good deals on new shoes last night so I can't complain

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