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Boulevard Mall, Amherst

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  • I remember the days with GAP and Abercrombie & Fitch, the carousel and it was such a festive place. I don't care much for Sears now, but I do miss the pomp this mall once offered. Now with all the abo...  more »
  • I grew up going too this mall and thought when sears moved in a few years ago and the new Dicks sporting goods did it would help them but no. The owner of the mall is going under and the mall is too. ...  more »
  • Sears is currently in the process of closing. They do have JC Penny and Macey. We have found that the variety of stores is diminishing. However all was not lost as we went to Taste of China for supper...  more »
  • This mall is okay for what it is, but it is definitely a dying mall. I hope some day they will get better management so that it can be up to part with Walden Galleria. Having no food court killed this mall. I used to work at this mall, and even the store I used to work at closed. So sad. Please update this mall and make it great again. Bring back a real food court, add an arcade, and fabulous stores.
  • Close and convenient to the north towns. Great for shopping and dining. Close to other shopping and dining. More to offer than just anchor stores.
  • Basic stay. Nothing high end but its a very cheap price so you can't expect much. Its quiet and located right near a 24 hr gas station
  • It's a shell of its former self. There are a bunch of empty stores. A few of the stores barely have any product, almost had an upscale flea market feel. Don't get me wrong it's not a bad place just not great either.
  • It's not anything like it used to be and the only people walking around are mall cops. The other day Macy's closed at 8 pm during the week. There wasn't anyone working, it was pathetic to find a register open. I was told it was to save money. That doesn't happen unless you're losing money. There isn't anyplace to sit down and have a pop or a coffee. Definite racial profiling and against gender, race and religious dress ( such as a Hajib) by ancillary mall staff and security. It's as the people that run the mall are acting desperate for the inevitable. Shop somewhere else for better customer service without prejudice.