The Shops at Atlis Park, Glendale

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The Shops at Atlas Park is an open-air shopping mall at Cooper Avenue and 80th Street in the Glendale neighborhood of Queens, New York City, United States.

The Shops at Atlas Park was opened in April 2006 by ATCO Properties, encompassing the site of the former 25-acre (100,000 m2) Atlas Terminals industrial park, both of which were named after bodybuilder Charles Atlas who resided in nearby Middle Village.
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  • I visited with friends for the car show in July. This is a beautiful lifestyle center with restaurants, shopping, and a movie theater. Very well maintained facility that has a South Florida look.  more »
  • First of all, it's Atlas Park with an 'a' not an 'i'! Once my family and I heard about this place back in the early '00s we were hooked! A mall that's nearby where we can hangout, eat ice cream and.....  more »
  • Almost like a little Oasis in the middle of Queens, this place never seems to fit. This outdoor mall has some great stores, and an awesome outdoor field we're all kinds of activities are scheduled. you can catch a movie, stop at the Bear garden, or maybe grab some ice cream with friends and Cold Stone. Either way this is a great distraction, or a sponsor crab a few needed items or necessities on the go. I would definitely suggest stopping by just be warned if it is raining, you will get wet since most of the stores are only accessible outside
  • I stopped at tjmax it was a mess. I know it's not management fault because you can tell that the customers who come in to shop make the mess taking items and not putting it back where it belongs, also boxes in the baby aisle you can't even walk through but beside that you find great stuff here. The baby aisle definitely needs work. And by the back where linen is it needs work as well. Towels, rugs, throw pillows just everywhere, I had to leave because it was overwhelming.

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