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Subway in Arundel Mills
Subway in Arundel Mills Subway at the Arundel Mills mall in Hanover, Maryland, using the newer store design incorporating the new logo, photographed after closing.
Mannequin with painted lips
Mannequin with painted lips Mannequin with painted lips at a women's clothing store in the L'Enfant Plaza Promenade shopping mall in Washington, DC.
Former Ames shopping cart
Former Ames shopping cart Former Ames shopping cart at Young World, inside Iverson Mall in Hillcrest Heights, Maryland.
Former Ames shopping cart
Former Ames shopping cart Former Ames shopping cart at Forman Mills, inside Iverson Mall in Hillcrest Heights, Maryland.
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia Landmark Mall was an enclosed shopping center in Alexandria, Virginia. The facility was constructed as an outdoor mall in 1965, and enclosed in 1990. The facility closed permanently on January 31, 2017 for a redevelopment project, which will convert the property into a mixed-use town center-style development.



This photo, taken a week before the mall closed, shows the mall entrances to the Macy's store, seen from the lower level. The Macy's was originally intended to survive the mall's closure and be included in the new development, however, Macy's announced in early 2017 that the Landmark store would close by early spring.
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia Landmark Mall was an enclosed shopping center in Alexandria, Virginia. The facility was constructed as an outdoor mall in 1965, and enclosed in 1990. The facility closed permanently on January 31, 2017 for a redevelopment project, which will convert the property into a mixed-use town center-style development.



This photo, taken a week before the mall closed, shows the former CVS store on the lower level. Unlike most CVS stores, this location did not contain a pharmacy.
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia Landmark Mall was an enclosed shopping center in Alexandria, Virginia. The facility was constructed as an outdoor mall in 1965, and enclosed in 1990. The facility closed permanently on January 31, 2017 for a redevelopment project, which will convert the property into a mixed-use town center-style development.



This photo, taken a week before the mall closed, shows an open area in southwest part of the mall between the center court and Sears, viewed from the lower level.
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia Landmark Mall was an enclosed shopping center in Alexandria, Virginia. The facility was constructed as an outdoor mall in 1965, and enclosed in 1990. The facility closed permanently on January 31, 2017 for a redevelopment project, which will convert the property into a mixed-use town center-style development.



This photo, taken a week before the mall closed, shows the lower level mall signage for the Sears store. This store is expected to survive the mall's closure and be included in the new development, however, the long-term viability of Sears itself may alter these plans.
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia Landmark Mall was an enclosed shopping center in Alexandria, Virginia. The facility was constructed as an outdoor mall in 1965, and enclosed in 1990. The facility closed permanently on January 31, 2017 for a redevelopment project, which will convert the property into a mixed-use town center-style development.



This photo, taken a week before the mall closed, shows the former Old Navy space on the upper level. The space was last used for a store called "Furniture & Mattress Outlet".
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia
Landmark Mall, Alexandria, Virginia Landmark Mall was an enclosed shopping center in Alexandria, Virginia. The facility was constructed as an outdoor mall in 1965, and enclosed in 1990. The facility closed permanently on January 31, 2017 for a redevelopment project, which will convert the property into a mixed-use town center-style development.



This photo, taken a week before the mall closed, shows the Sears court, viewed from the upper level.