What better way to make use of all those empty parking spots than with an good old fashioned carnival like this one? It’s been a tradition at Greenspoint Mall going back decades now to plant a few attractions outside the building once the weather cools off enough for visitors to enjoy themselves. And management’s kept doing it — even as Macy’s, Dillards, and Sears all shuttered inside over the past few years and portions of the building and surrounding parking lot have sold to investors with heavy-duty plans for redevelopment. The attractions shown above are all sprawled out on the I-45 side of the building, where they cover up the “For Lease” banner that’s otherwise visible to passing northbound traffic.
There’s even a Ferris wheel:
Next on the property’s schedule: “Malloween,” a building-wide event featuring store-to-store trick-or-treating for kids age 12 and under, along with a costume contest and DJ in the food court on October 31.
- Â Previously on Swamplot:Â What’s Ahead for Greenspoint Mall: Truck Stop, Restaurant Distribution Warehouse, Construction Materials Storage, More Arguments; The End of the Greenspoint Mall Is Upon Us
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