Macy's is a chain of mid-range American department stores with its flagship store in Herald Square, New York City. The company also operates two other national flagship stores, at San Francisco's Union Square, and the former Marshall Field's flagship on State Street in the Chicago Loop.
...That Macy's flagship store in Herald Square, New York City, which, with its one million square feet of selling space has been billed as the "world's largest store"?
...That Liverpool is the largest chain of department stores in Mexico?
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November 9, 2013
Hello everyone! It's me, the founder of the site, Jonah Norason. I had given up on this a long time ago, and I'm happy to see it's still around. I'm here to officially give my blessing to Viller the Great as admin.
May 26, 2010
I'm looking for an admin to take over my place in this Wiki, and hopefully get to grow more than I ever did. Please contact me for information. Jonah Norason
January 19, 2009
Sorry for the delay, folks. I quit maintaining this, but like a plant, it continues to grow! I plan to add a logo, put some new pages up, and do some patchwork on articles. I also plan to integrate it with the "Mothership" (aka Wikipedia). Other than that, everything is good, I'll continue to check back in, and I'm interested in looking for mods to keep up the quality. Leave a message on my talk page.
June 16, 2008
Welcome to Malls and Retail Wiki. Here is a place, a true place, to put the things the real Wikipedia considers "non-notable". Yes, you can put "non-notable" malls on here, and their tenants. Heck, the tenants can have their own article too. You can put a description of that one small shop in some defunct mall somewhere and about the nice old lady that ran it. This is the place. This is Malls and Retail Wiki. Jonah Norason