Paradise Valley Mall, an iconic shopping mall and northeast Phoenix retail landmark, has shuttered its doors for good to make way for a future mixed-used development. The corporation that owns the 92-acre property announced its closing March 29 after first opening in 1978. The indoor shopping mall, which included department stores, boutiques, movie theaters and a food court and which helped introduce Chick-fil-A to the Phoenix market, will be radically transformed in the upcoming months. New!
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