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The Lakes Mall, Muskegon

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The Lakes Mall is an enclosed shopping mall serving the city of Muskegon, Michigan, United States. Opened in 2001, the mall features more than sixty retailers, plus a food court, in 645,677 square feet (59,985.4 m2) of gross leasable area. Anchor stores are Bed Bath & Beyond, Dick's Sporting Goods, and JCPenney, with two vacancies last occupied by Sears and Younkers.

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  • I moved from an area that had a big mall. I seldomly went in to the inside stores because there were so many. I like the idea of a smaller place. I like Younkers. My first time there. Of course I... 
    I moved from an area that had a big mall. I seldomly went in to the inside stores because there were so many. I like the idea of a smaller place. I like Younkers. My first time there. Of course I...  more »
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  • I was sad to see the FYE go but the comic book store is amazing! The staff really know their stuff and aren't unreasonable when it comes to prices! The mall had these "animals" you rent and ride! My husband and I joined our kids and had a blast. Just stay out of the food court or the security guard will yell at you! The play area is simple and fun. My 6 year old had fun and ran around. Bathrooms are always clean which is a huge bonus!!

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