Dutchess Mall

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Dutchess Mall was an enclosed shopping mall in Fishkill, New York, United States. Currently, the former mall property is the site of a Home Depot, as well as two vacant buildings (previously occupied by Service Merchandise and Jamesway), with the rest of the property awaiting further redevelopment. Dagar Group manages the shopping center.

History

Dutchess Mall opened in 1974 as the first mall in Dutchess County. The mall occupied a portion of a site once occupied by the Fishkill Encampment and Supply Depot, which has been listed on the National Register of Historical Places since Dutchess Mall's opening. Original anchors of the mall included J. W. Mays Company and Luckey Platt, two local department stores; and Drug World (a pharmacy), as well as Radio Shack and Waldenbooks.



J. W. Mays closed in the 1980s and was replaced with Gaynes. Gaynes, in turn, was converted to discounter Jamesway, which closed in 1994. Luckey Platt closed in the 1980s and was replaced with......
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