this story in U.S. News & World Report
, Hickory Hollow is among the country's most endangered malls:
Hickory Hollow Mall, Nashville, Tenn. (82 percent; $187). Dillard's has left, and other departed tenants include Linens 'N Things and Steve & Barry's, two of the biggest casualties of the recession. Two of four anchor slots are vacant, and the theater recently switched from first-run movies to late-run discount flicks. With a lack of retailers, the mall may convert some of its space to office use. One new tenant: the local police, who recently opened a recruiting station at the mall.
See Hickory Hollow's celebratory walk down the runway to accept the award here
. And didn't they mean to say "most endangered (and dangerous
) malls"? Judging from the fairly frequent reports of crime in the mall area, perhaps the police recruiting station is a stroke of genius!