Yeah, I'd like to visit the Phillipsburg Mall too. It already has a Dan Bell video posted, lol. But it's so far out of the way for me I might never get to see it in person. On the other hand, I managed to take a trip to Park City Center just outside the city of Lancaster. It was quite busy on an October Saturday and has a nice roster of tenants including popular names like Apple, Pandora, and Williams Sonoma. One corner of the mall's exterior has a lifestyle center with a fountain that is either defunct or already shut down for the winter. It was 61 degrees but it wasn't THAT cold. There is no indoor fountain either, at least not today. The most interesting thing to me about this mall is the unorthodox layout. Promise not to laugh? It's designed like a prison! If you stand in the very middle of the center court, you can turn and see down every corridor just like it's Eastern Staten Penitentiary. It's also mostly one floor except for a small section which includes a food court and Kohl's, which is a junior anchor here, on a lower level. The big anchors are JCPenney, Bon Ton, Boscov's, and Sears. The Boscov's, btw, is covered in corduroy concrete. There is no Macy's and I can't imagine why they wouldn't want to be here except that all the department store spaces were already spoken for. Macy's doesn't have a store anywhere between Allentown and Harrisburg and this might be a rare place they'd want to open a location if they get the chance.