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The Marketplace at Steamtown, Scranton
(1.5/5 based on 90 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This was a very quiet mall, with not a lot going on it seems but it was still kind of interesting to visit. On the back of the mall, is a door that allows you access to an overhead walk looking down o...  more »
  • W\e were last here 9 years ago, and I thought it was a much busier place. Virtually no were to eat or shop. Very disappointing. 
  • So I originally came to see the old "Scranton Welcomes You" sign and it took a while but I found it in the mall. The mall itself was very sad if I'm being honest. People were there but there just wasn...  more »
Google
  • This place is depressing as is most of Northeast PA! They need to get rid of the security guards who work during the afternoon and evening hours, seriously. All they do is walk around and stare at people. The two young guys who work in the evening are scum and need to be fired for harassment. Scranton is experiencing high rates of homelessness and crime in certain areas and is no longer a nice place to live. Too many undesirable people from Jersey & New York are moving here. Scranton is catching up with Wilkes Barre as far as crime is concerned.
  • Needs more stores and places to eat. As someone new to the area, I was disappointed to find half the shops closed. After a quick review search, it sounds like this mall is trying to recover and rebuild after poor ownership and management. People need to frequent the mall more to bring back the business so businesses are encouraged to move back in.
  • Unfortunately, the mall at Steamtown is a shell of its former self. There are a few stores worth checking out, but all of the food court is basically dissolved or under construction. There is no longer access to the trains either. I hope the city does something to save this once visit-worthy mall.
  • It needs more businesses, but I think once they're done with the renovations and construction that won't be a problem.
  • A once 'booming' mall, now run down with select stores inside. Still functional but a little dirty and empty. With the new owner there could be a promising future.