Northland Mall

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Northland Mall
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AuthorGerald E. Naftaly, James B. Webber III
GenreRetailing Marketing & Sales
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Mercid 100839781439657393
MerchantRakuten Kobo Canada
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When the Northland Mall opened in Michigan on March 22, 1954, it was the world's largest shopping center. Its innovative design was the vision of architect Victor Gruen and the Webbers, nephews of Joseph Lowthian Hudson and executives of the J.L. Hudson Company. Northland featured Hudson's flagship suburban store surrounded by other businesses selling a variety of merchandise and services. More than just a shopping destination, Northland Mall was a total experience of activity and relaxation, with colorful courtyards displaying sculptures such as the famous The Boy and Bear.

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