Posted May 11, 2005 (user submitted July 15, 2003)
This mall has changed ownership more than 4 times in a 20 year period. Tenancy is barely at 2/3 capacity, if even that. The mall has lost most of it's major stores, and efforts to revive the mall have failed miserably. Baytown is located about 20 miles east of Houston, and Baytonians prefer to spend their dollars at the upscale Galleria in Houston or at the Kay Mills Mall. Every time my husband and I walk through the mall, which is dead, even during the holidays, we commant about how they ought to just give up.
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