Town Square Mall
Town Square Mall was a substantial and challenging development project, that assembled a dozen properties comprising 78 acres and created an innovative 760,000 square foot retail center in less than 12 months.
Site construction challenges included the import of one million cubic yards of fill due to the topography and extensive use of pilings to deal with subsurface conditions, and planning and construction schedules were significantly compressed to accommodate tenant needs. On February 2, 1991 - the coldest day on record for that year - NDG broke ground for the Walmart site. The first stores opened the following September. In addition, extensive off-site work was done to provide appropriate access and service to the site, and included road, intersection and infrastructure improvements over 2.5 miles of roadways.
Town Square Mall brought the first Lowe's and the second Wal Mart and Sam's Club to New York State. Other tenants include Dick's Sporting Goods, Barnes & Noble, Office Max, HIW, Ethan Allen, Payless Shoes, Loew's Theaters, Uno's Chicago Grill, Taco Bell and a variety of other retail shops and restaurants.