Glance at yesteryear: Shopping at Northridge Mall

Shopping at Northridge Mall
Shopping at Northridge Mall. Photo courtesy of the Milwaukee Public Library.

This undated photo shows customers walking at Northridge Mall near the Gimbel’s and Naturalizer stores. The mall, first owned by a partnership between the Kohl family and Taubman Centers Inc., originally opened in 1973 and closed in 2003. Its current owner, China-based U.S. Black Spruce Enterprise, is currently fighting a raze order from the city of Milwaukee. Razing the buildings and asbestos abatement could cost $14 million to $19 million, according to city estimates. 

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