St. Lawrence Centre Mall is a regional shopping center located in Massena, New York on Route 37 at the junction of the Racquette, Grasse and St. Lawrence Rivers. Opening hours are 10am to 9pm Monday to Saturday and 11am to 6pm on Sundays. It is an enclosed single-level center with approximately 514,000 square feet of gross leasable area and 3,300 parking spaces.
The mall was built in 1990 at a cost of $50 million by the Heritage Company and now has over 55 stores, eateries and an ice rink. The mall is managed by General Growth Properties, a publicly traded real estate trust based in Chicago. They have been operating since 1954 and own or manage more than 200 regional shopping malls in the United States.
The mall has numerous stores with various eateries located on one floor, with the four anchor stores being JCPenney, Sears, TJ Maxx and The Bon-Ton. Apart from the department stores several clothing retailers for men and women are featured here including Deb, Express, Maurices and P. City. A number of specialist shoe stores also feature here including Champs, Lady Foot Locker, Olympia Sports, Payless Shoe Source and The Shoe Dept.
Shoppers can also find a few jewelry and accessory stores like Belden Jewelers, Claire's and Kay Jewelers. The St. Lawerence Centre has books, games and music at fye, Game Stop and Waldenbooks, whilst cards and gifts can be purchased at Hallmark. Various health and beauty products can be found at Bath & Body Works and General Nutrition Center, with services provided at Regis Salon, Nice Nails, JC Penney Styling Salon and Apollo Unisex Hair Salon.
There is an assortment of places to find food for visitors ranging from snacks to sit down restaurant meals and a food court by the main entrance. There are several snack, treats and beverage vendors such as Auntie Anne's Pretzels and Maison Du Popcorn. More substantial dining can be found at other eateries in and around the mall, including Arby's, Asia Express, Sbarro-The Italian Eatery and Wendy's.
The St. Lawrence Centre Arena is an ice rink located near the food court, which provides public skating, skating classes, and birthday parties as well US and Canadian hockey tournaments. Coin operated entertainment and attractions can be found in Aladdin's Castle, which can also be hired out for parties. Various programs are organized here throughout the year including the mall walkers club with doors open from 6am each day, whilst children aged 3 to 12 can be signed up to the Kids Club, which runs events and organizes birthday parties at the mall.
As well as the clubs and events at the mall, shoppers can utilize the community room. Services and amenities also include gift cards purchases either at the mall or online, whilst there is a lost and found desk, wheelchair service and stroller rentals here too. The shopping mall has other services available on site including a Post Office and a Key Bank ATM.