Atlantic City Outlets - The Walk
is a 109-store open-air outlet mall
in Atlantic City, New Jersey
. It is the only outlet mall in Atlantic County
and South Jersey
. The mall opened in August 2003 and spans 3 city blocks, featuring a unique layout in outlet mall construction.
The outlet mall, which is owned by Tanger Factory Outlet Centers
and the Cordish Company
, spans three blocks at the intersections of Atlantic Avenue, Arctic, Baltic, Michigan and Arkansas Avenues. The original phase of the complex was built on the site of the Atlantic City Bus Terminal
, where the original station became a Polo Ralph Lauren
outlet and the new bus terminal was surrounded by the mall. The center's first two expansions are part of what was originally called the "Corridor Project", which built new lighting, roadways, parkland, and a faux lighthouse along the entrance to Atlantic City in the early 2000s. The lighthouse was torn down in 2006 to make way for Phase II which included a large Nike
outlet and other stores that are located in the divider island of Missouri and Arkansas Avenue.
In 2011, a controlling interest in Phase I and II of The Walk was sold as part of a $200 million, two-property sale... Read More