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Not sure but I'm now blind from looking at those HDR photos!!!!!
A outlet mall or a place with many bars and restaurant's maybe with a hotel attached.
Work at mall for many years at the pasta house sears and AMC movie Theater shop and hung out there miss that mall
Make a school!
A live music venue =)
So sad spent alot of time there.
How about we the people have a Hydroponics Mall where people can shop for Fresh Produce 12 months out of the year stores that grow by water grow by dirt. And do it your self for your home use. would love to help
I do miss the Art Space stores that were there. Should have stayed that way.
Tear it down for green space. We /need/ more green space. Too many big box retailers as it is.
anything! This was too nice a mall to just leave it empty
Who would drive to the county for art?
World's largest arcade...and food court........or a library
And cops that kill unarmed citizens
No. My old boss lives in CWE right by there and he said they stopped the project because they found human remains. Ewwww
I worked as a cook in the last restaraunt that was in there until the owners shut it down.in 2010. Was a place called Fletchers (where Hoolahans was before) The owner never told me they were closing..just came in one night said I cold go home they were closing. I was like "oh, we are shutting the kitchen down tonight cuz it's so slow?" he was like.."nope, we shutting down for good". Took me 3 weeks and a 2 hour bus ride to Bellville to get my last check and he only gave me half of it. The owner Derreck also owns Fletchers in Bellville, he is a real tool.
Send looters there to die of frustration because all the merchandise was already nabbed.
House those po lice inside, huh?
Art Museum, Performance Art Center, Stockholm style huge Dance Club
My dog Buddy took a shit in the middle of this mall when it was an Art Colony....right there on the marble floor. Why I happened to have a paper towel in my pocket that day remains a mystery. Easy pickup.
I worked at Sears there back in the late 90s and early 2000s.remember going there almost every weekend with my girlfriends and other friends. awesome times and great memories were made and spent there.it was a big part of my childhood..... soooo terribly sad to see it go.
i was going to suggest art space. bummer they failed at that.
IKEA is already opening their store in St. Louis off Forest Park Kelly
So sad. This was a thriving mall just ten years ago. Then, they had the clever concept to make it an art space ( which might have worked if they concentrated the stores on one end rather than having them scattered.) What now? Convert the big stores to office space? Apartments?
Gladiator Colosseum. Fight to the death!
Ikea store. Great location for it more centrally located.
Here's the full series http://www.danwampler.com/cwp
That used to be a great mall back in the day.
Hockey rink. Youth hockey is growing.
So sad. Spent a lot of time there in the early 90s. Worked at the Mrs. Fields as one of my first jobs during high school. My girlfriend worked down at Claires and then hot topic.
A skate park!
Agreed! Any chance I could get in there to skate for a bit?
Lock the gentle giant protesters inside!
Draw a penis on the lipstick picture.
Call is Ferguson Mall and leave it as is.
Event space. Paintball/ airsoft field. Or zombie experience? Ala Generation of Z.
The rest are here http://goo.gl/FE7mGn
I miss that place a lot. So much natural lighting!
Been gone from st. Louis for almost 20 years. I miss that mall. Lots of fun times!
It used to have both of those.
My daughter said a Movie Theater & Disney Store!
But a month since you reposted
Use it as a detention center for the Ferguson police.
Crestwood Plaza's old radio jingle just popped into my head ...
love the photos, literally hated the mall
People in other cities have been hosting shows in abandoned malls.
I think it would make a good skate board park.
I checked out your photography, and I think you are blind,