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The Promenade

Regular Forum (No New Posts) Level One
Essentially, the first level of the Promenade could be described as the 'tween' floor. Any time after 3 PM on a school day, it's all but infested with young kids and not-quite-teenagers. Prominent stores on this floor are places like Banana Republic, Claire's, Hot Topic, and Please Mum.
Searching For Precious Metal Jul 15 2010, 04:26 PM, By Lawther
Topics: 10 Replies: 115
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Level Two
The middle floor of the Promenade boasts the stores known as the staples of teen fashion. Abercrombie and Fitch, Hollister, American Eagle, and Urban Behavior are among many of the more popular stores that call the second floor of the mall their home. The odd food stand can be found sporadically scattering this floor, with vendors selling things like fresh baked pretzels and hot dogs for that on-the-go shopper.
Looking For Something? May 10 2010, 03:40 PM, By Rocky
Topics: 9 Replies: 139
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Level Three
The top level of the Promenade is where all the large chain department stores seem to duke it out. It's home to Sears, JCPenney, Bloomingdale's, and Macy's, among others. Also on the top floor of the mall can be found many of the nicer restaurants.
Browsing thoughts Mar 29 2010, 07:22 AM, By Slam
Topics: 7 Replies: 101
Regular Forum (No New Posts) The Ice Skating Rink
Located on the first floor of the mall, even in the summer, the ice skating rink seems to transform its area of the mall into a winter wonderland. Classes are offered for beginners on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with the rest of the week being a free-for-all skate.
She Shook Me Cold Jul 25 2010, 02:37 AM, By Ruggahissy
Topics: 8 Replies: 152
Regular Forum (No New Posts) The Food Court
It's your normal mall food court. Eateries are in place to serve the high brow and the low brow, the extravagant and the money-minding. Pizza, pasta, hamburgers, Oriental, you name it, it's here. A vast sea of tables and chairs sprawls forth from the food court, and it never seems to be empty.
Burger Time Aug 8 2010, 06:59 PM, By KamiKaze
Topics: 17 Replies: 312
Regular Forum (No New Posts) The Parking Garage
A multi-level parking garage used for mall visitors and employees. The basement tier is known for being a little dangerous at times, as many of the town's rather sketchy individuals seem to enjoy hanging out down below.
Running Free Jul 20 2010, 11:20 PM, By Sean
Topics: 9 Replies: 46
Regular Forum (No New Posts) The Back Alley
Lined with dumpsters the various stores dispose of their trash in, there isn't much to see in the back alley behind the mall. The occasional employee slips back here to indulge themselves in a cigarette one in a while, and the occasional band of "emo" kids who think they're too cool for the mall but hang out there anyway seem to find a home in this dirty little haven.
I'm too sexy for my shirt... (18+ rating) Aug 27 2010, 12:23 AM, By selphie_trabia
Topics: 9 Replies: 97