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Crossroads Mall
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7400 Dodge St Omaha, NE 68114
7400 Dodge StreetUSNebraskaOmaha68114
(402) 397-2343
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"If you love dead malls, then this is a must see!"
"Its 500,000 square feet of empty hallways and stores."
"This has got to be the worst "shopping mall" on the planet."
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Serenity Fields
a month ago
I go to Barnes and Nobles then i go right into the mall through the back of the book store. Yes it may not be as lively as it was when the mall was up and running, it use to have a full food court and lots of stores but that's not the case anymore because of a bad rap and new malls, But!! there are a few really awesome stores like Stellas which sells swords, knives and anime themed jewelry posters and so on, the guy that works there is super friendly and there is always time to stop by and look around. There is also a shop called Regenerations which has all sorts of things, posters, music, old movies, and there is also a costume shop, fairy tale costume shop that's fun to browse around. Even though it may not seem like much i would hate for the shops in crossroads to have to move, so give it a look, not a huge excited mall but i still love it
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Nathan Davis
4 months ago
Is this place still standing? I thought they tore it down to make a mix-use lifestyle or an industrial park by now! A shame though. This place has a lot of history to it.
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Kaylee Kruger
a year ago
This mall may not be like Westroads or Oakview, but it does have some quality stores in it! In my opinion, it's a unique place to go. And if you yourself are unique, then how could you not like a place like Crossroads? When I went there, I shopped in the store, Rejenerations. They have the coolest stuff at low prices. It was like a Hot Topic, but better. Their body jewlery was way batter quality and better priced than Hot Topic's. I highly recommend going to check the stores in this mall.
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a year ago
there's so much culture here unlike a lot of other malls, it is pretty vacant but it is definitely somewhat of an adventure to go see. Also, the shops and stores are usually really specialty and different, stuff that you wouldn't find at the west roads.
Joe Hurley
2 months ago
Although Crossroads is not as it once was, there are still several stores inside of the main hallway between Target and Sears and down the hallway of the main entrance. They have the largest knife, sword and dagger outlet in Omaha (Stella's, in the Sears wing), who also sells unique fashion jewelry that you NEVER see in Omaha! This is the type of jewelry you see in New York and Chicago and LA but at WHOLESALE PRICES (a lot cheaper than retail!). They still have several other specialty stores that are one of a kind to Omaha. They have a store that sells classic and vintage items (Regenerations) and an Avon distributor (Sissy's Bags). They also have a kiosk (Wireless Solutions) who fixes watches, and sells celebrity paintings, cell phone cases and sunglasses at an AMAZING PRICE. You will not see them anywhere else for less expensive! It's become Omaha's best kept secret! It still is worth visiting, and actually, many people do. If you are not looking for your regular nationwide-chain clothing stores which you can find in Anywhere, USA, then you will want to check out some of the unique stores this mall still has to offer. If you ignore the fact that it once was a larger mall with several dozens of stores, and see that it would be like any regular strip mall with around 15 stores then you can actually see that it isn't just a "dead mall"!
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Nikki Rodgers
in the last week
Some fun, awesome small businesses here!
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Isaiah Henry
3 months ago
U call this a shopping mall?! Sure there's a lot of history in it. But what about the whole upstairs? GONE. The only 2 reasons I got there is because of Diverse Cutz and Target
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Brandan Perquin
a year ago
This mall is like a modern day ghost town. Its 500,000 square feet of empty hallways and stores.