The Shops at Riverside, Hackensack

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The Shops at Riverside is a two-level enclosed shopping mall, located in Hackensack, in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States, off Route 4, along the Hackensack River. The mall has a Gross leasable area (GLA) of 658,261 sq ft (61,154.4 m2). The "lavishly appointed" mall opened on March 10, 1977 with 620,000 sq ft (58,000 m2) of retail space, which included a 237,000 sq ft (22,000 m2) Bloomingdale's (expanded from an original freestanding site opened in 1959) and a 107,000 sq ft (9,900 m2) Saks Fifth Avenue. Until 2005, the shopping center was known as Riverside Square Mall.
The Shops at Riverside is a very high-end mall which caters to the affluent suburban areas surrounding Hackensack in Bergen, Essex, and Passaic counties in New Jersey as well as Rockland County in New York State. The mall has 66 stores. The anchor stores are Bloomingdale's, Barnes & Noble, Pottery Barn, and AMC Theatres.
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  • This was always known as the high end mall. The mall changed when Saks Fifth Avenue left and a movie theatre went in. Bloomingdales is the anchor. This isn't a big mall. But is at the center of mall.....  more »
  • All the high end stores (Tiffany, Louis Vuitton) and good eats ( Cheesecake Factory, PF Chang’s, Rosa Mexicano) give you lots of options and choices and great service as long as you bring lotsa $.  more »
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  • It's a mall.. small. There isn't a wow factor here. Nothing crowd attracting. Probably the investment is not worthy it? Still there are some eateries where I visit once a year or so. How about a large children's place? How about a mini public movie theater in open space?? How about a game marathon to attract the crowd? How about a free food tasting in a corner? I mean... do something.
  • Great dining and service at any of the restaurants you may choose. Traveling in the parking lot is challenging with the construction going on at the present time. Just leave yourself a little extra time for parking and possibly locating a restaurant or store that might have been relocated. Upscale restaurants and stores for those lucky enough to be shopping there. Enjoy!!

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