Home > Love Where You Live > Retail Resurrection: 7 Abandoned Malls That Found New Life Retail Resurrection: 7 Abandoned Malls That Found New Life These shuttered malls were reborn in the most unexpected ways — and transformed their communities in the process. By Emily Handy on January 9, 2018 Courtesy of Liz West under a CC 2.0 license. close by 20221. Mayfield Mall in Mountain View, CaliforniaCourtesy of Jeff under a CC 2.0 license. A post shared by Viajonários ✈️????⚽️? (@viajonarios) on Nov 15, 2017 at 8:04am PST 2. The Arcade in Providence, Rhode IslandCourtesy of Boston Public Library under a CC 2.0 license. A post shared by Brian Lavall (@blavall) on Sep 9, 2017 at 6:54pm PDT 3. Hickory Hollow Mall in Antioch, TennesseeCourtesy of Hannah Morris under a CC 2.0 license.4. Cinderella City Mall in Englewood, ColoradoCourtesy of Mid-Century Pretty under a CC 2.0 license. A post shared by City of Englewood, Colorado (@cityofenglewoodcolorado) on Nov 13, 2017 at 2:41pm PST 5. Windsor Park Mall in San Antonio, TexasCourtesy of Scott Beale under a CC 2.0 license.6. Walmart in McAllen, TexasCourtesy of Shaine Mata under a CC 2.0 license.Walmart in McAllen7. Villa Italia Mall in Lakewood, CaliforniaPHOTO CREDIT: Congress for the New UrbanismCourtesy of Todd Carpenter under a CC 2.0 license. Array ( ) Array ( ) Array (  => 92763 ) Array (  => 92763 ) More To Read Lee Company Has a Labor Shortage SolutionLee Company’s FM2 team provides reliable facilities management and maintenance.