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Fast forward to 2007, and Clifton Park Center is changed dramatically.
The oldest portion of the long-struggling mall has been demolished to make way for a boulevard and an outdoor, lifestyle portion, which is currently as empty as the mall ever was.
The northern, older part of the mall (constructed in 1974) was a “C” shape, connecting Steinbach and JCPenney at each end, with a Marshall’s store in the center.
In 1984, a long wing was added to the south of the existing mall.
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February 22, 2007 | New York | Posted by Caldor Perhaps the most disappointing find on my recent trip out to Albany was the current state of the Clifton Park Center, long one of my favorite malls in the area.
It’s sadly fallen prey to the “lifestyleing” disease.
A return visit in 2001 found it mostly unchanged, except that the Caldor store had mercifully been replaced by a large, two-level Boscov’s store, and this seemed to be breathing some new life into the mall–several mid-line chains like American Eagle, Aeropostale, and Bath & Body Works set up shop during this time.
I’ve attempted to approximate the floorplan below, although I think it’s sort of confusing (which, frankly, is accurate: it confusing): Like many of the malls in the Albany area, Clifton Park Center seemed to have fallen prey to overmalling, as Crossgates Mall in Guilderland stole most of the area’s traffic.Seriously, what does such a halfhearted, faux-Main Street set up really offer, anyway?I first visited Clifton Park Center–then Clifton Country Mall–in March of 2000.Even though Clifton Park Center is located in the center of a relatively modern and affluent suburban area, and is surrounded by almost every form of major box retail, it seems as though it was always somewhat secondary in the Albany area.