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Green Acres, Valley Stream

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Shopping Mall
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • First time I visited this mall and maybe I always have went to other malls, I did not like this to much.  more »
  • Very crowded, diversified mall. Very difficult to park. Lots of stores, but typical mall stores. Lots of teen groups walking the mall, especially weekends. Lots of buses bringing people in from the ci...  more »
  • Good mall with plenty of choice. Not great to get to through public transport. Plenty of choice of places to eat and love that it was open later.  more »
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  • I never leave empty handed! no that's not a theft joke, lol. I love shopping here, because a lot of the stores runt their deals at the same time and that makes it really convenient to get a lot of the things I need all at once. which is great because I hate shopping. Literally an oasis for me.
  • Ga is a thousand times better now. It's called GA commons.they tore down Sunrise movie theater and built lots of great stores an restaurants. It's worth going again.
  • It's been a while since I've been to GA mall but nothing has changed. Parking was not too difficult, but the experience inside is not so friendly. The Macy's here does not have a men section, only fragrance and watches. This is the first Macy's I've been to where no men's section can be found. I then went to Century 21 for some dress shirt. I asked if it was possible to get measured for the dress shirts and was told that noone knows where the measure is and that it would take too long to look for it. Overall the service here is horrible and the stores are not accommodating. I will not be returning.
  • I personal live in brooklyn and I would go out my way to go shop here instead of in the mall in my borough. Huge amount of stores and every one is nice, and the mall is always clean. Love their food court. Just don't like the whole tax on everything situation in that part of Queens, but it's not their fault
  • Good mix of stores with decent amount of parking. Anchor stores are Macy's, Sears, Walmart, Best Buy, Michael's and BJ's. Restaurants are Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Bronx's BBQ and Friday's which i don't recommend to go. There is also a food court inside the mall