Nanuet Mall Eaten by Dinos

Dated: March 30 2012

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Stop by the site of the soon-to-be-built Shops At Nanuet to watch the demolition of most of The Nanuet Mall. The two demolition excavators taking down the old Boscov's building on Thursday looked like a couple of dinosaurs, ripping into walls, tearing off entire sections of the building, and chomping on big servings of debris. The photo attached here is a shot of an excavating machine with its mouth full. Let's hope all that metal, plastic, fiberglass, etc., gets recycled somehow!

The plan for The Shops at Nanuet looks pretty attractive, with Macy's and Sears still in place, incorporated into a community of smaller stores, restaurants, a theater, and a "main street" look created with some small streets and lots of walking area.

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Kim-Adele Rosner

I've been living with my family in Rockland for over a decade and becoming a part of this wonderful community has enriched my life. I love to share Rockland's special secrets with people as they consi....

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