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Newport Centre (shopping mall)
Newport Centre is a shopping mall in Jersey City, New Jersey that opened in 1987. It is a major component of the enormous Newport, Jersey City, mixed-use

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This article is about the mall in New Jersey. For the business district of Newport Beach, California, see Newport Center. For the village in Vermont, see Newport (town), Vermont. Newport CentreLocationJersey City, New Jersey, U.S.Opening dateOctober 1987ManagementSimon Property GroupOwnerLeFrak Organization & Simon familyNo. of stores and services131No. of anchor tenants6Total retail floor area1,152,599 sq ft (107,080.0 m2)No. of floors2 plus third floor Food Court (3 in Macy's)Public transit access Newport (PATH station)
Pavonia-Newport (HBLR station)
NJ Transit bus: 63, 64, 68, 86, 126WebsiteOfficial site The Newport Centre, as seen from the third floor.

Newport Centre is a shopping mall in Jersey City, New Jersey that opened in 1987. It is a major component of the enormous Newport, Jersey City, mixed-use community on the Hudson River waterfront across from lower Manhattan. One of eleven shopping malls in New Jersey managed by Simon Property Group, it is located at 30 Mall Drive West, and is bound by Henderson Street on the west, Mall Drive East on the east, 6th Street on the south, and Newport Parkway on the north. The mall has a gross leasable area of 1,152,599 sq ft (107,080.0 m2).[1] The super-regional mall is the first of its size in Hudson County.[citation needed]

The mall, with four anchors and 167 other stores and attractions, opened to the public in October 1987 with Sears and Stern's as two of the four anchors operating. The 1,200,000-square-foot (110,000 m2) was intended to draw residents from the new Newport waterfront development and the surrounding area, as well as shoppers from Bergen County, where blue laws keep shopping malls closed on Sundays.[2]

There are three floors to the mall complex. The mall is a part of the Newport Complex, which includes the Newport Tower, the sixth tallest building in Jersey City. Both it and the Hudson Mall are in an "Urban Enterprise Zone", reducing the state sales tax on purchases from 6.625% to 3.3125% at eligible merchants (with no sales tax on clothing).

The mall is anchored by JCPenney, Kohl's, Macy's and Sears.

The mall can be reached via the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail and PATH systems. It is served by New Jersey Transit buses and is the terminus for routes from Jersey City Heights and the North Hudson towns of Guttenberg, North Bergen, West New York and Union City.

References
  1. ^ Newport Centre, International Council of Shopping Centers. Accessed September 21, 2006.
  2. ^ Kennedy, Shawn G. "Real Estate; New Twist For a Mall In Jersey", The New York Times, October 28, 1987. Accessed February 4, 2018. " Close up, however, a formidable low-rise component of this huge waterfront development becomes evident - a 1.2-million-square-foot shopping mall four blocks from the water's edge, still in construction but already open and partly occupied.This Newport Centre mall will have four department stores, 167 shops and restaurants and a nine-screen movie theater.... The new mall, at the intersection of Sixth Street and Luis Munoz Marin Boulevard, has been in limited operation since mid-October when Stern's and Sears, two of the four anchor tenants, as well as a handful of smaller stores, opened to the public. "
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Shopping malls in New JerseyAtlantic County
  • Hamilton Mall
  • Harbor Square
  • Playground Pier
  • The Quarter at Tropicana
  • Tanger Outlets The Walk
Bergen County
  • Fashion Center
  • American Dream Meadowlands
  • The Outlets at Bergen Town Center
  • Paramus Park
  • The Shops at Riverside
  • Westfield Garden State Plaza
Burlington County
  • Burlington Center Mall
  • East Gate Square
  • Moorestown Mall
  • The Promenade at Sagemore
Camden County
  • Cherry Hill Mall
  • Main Street Complex
  • Voorhees Town Center
Cumberland County
  • Cumberland Mall
Essex County
  • Lackawanna Terminal
  • Livingston Mall
  • The Mall at Short Hills
Gloucester County
  • Deptford Mall
Hudson County
  • The Mall at Mill Creek
  • Newport Centre
  • The Plaza at Harmon Meadow
Mercer County
  • MarketFair Mall
  • Quaker Bridge Mall
Middlesex County
  • Brunswick Square
  • Forrestal Village
  • Menlo Park Mall
  • Woodbridge Center
Monmouth County
  • Freehold Raceway Mall
  • The Grove at Shrewsbury
  • Manalapan EpiCentre
  • Monmouth Mall
  • Pier Village
  • Seaview Square Mall
  • The Village at Manalapan
Morris County
  • Rockaway Townsquare
  • The Shops at Ledgewood Commons
Ocean County
  • Ocean County Mall
  • Seacourt Pavilion
Passaic County
  • Center City Mall
  • Wayne Towne Center
  • Willowbrook Mall
Somerset County
  • Bridgewater Commons
Union County
  • Elizabeth Center
  • The Mills at Jersey Gardens
Warren County
  • Phillipsburg Mall
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Shopping malls in the New York metropolitan areaNew YorkNew York City
  • Atlantic Terminal
  • Bay Plaza Shopping Center
  • Bronx Terminal Market
  • Brookfield Place
  • East River Plaza
  • Gateway Center
  • Hylan Plaza
  • Kings Plaza
  • Manhattan Mall
  • Queens Center Mall
  • Queens Place
  • Rego Center
  • The Shops at Atlas Park
  • The Shops at Columbus Circle
  • Staten Island Mall
  • South Street Seaport
  • Westfield World Trade Center
Long Island
  • Americana Manhasset
  • Broadway Commons
  • Green Acres Mall
  • The Mall at Oyster Bay
  • Mall at The Source
  • Roosevelt Field
  • Smith Haven Mall
  • Tanger Outlets at the Arches
  • Tanger Outlets Riverhead
  • Walt Whitman Shops
  • Westfield South Shore
  • Westfield Sunrise
Hudson Valley
  • City Center at White Plains
  • Cross County Shopping Center
  • Galleria at Crystal Run
  • The Galleria at White Plains
  • Jefferson Valley Mall
  • Hudson Valley Mall
  • Newburgh Mall
  • Palisades Center
  • Poughkeepsie Galleria
  • The Shops at Nanuet
  • The Source at White Plains
  • The Westchester
  • South Hills Mall
  • Westchester's Ridge Hill
  • Woodbury Common Premium Outlets
New Jersey
  • American Dream Meadowlands
  • Bridgewater Commons
  • Brunswick Square
  • Center City Mall
  • Elizabeth Center
  • Fashion Center
  • Forrestal Village
  • Freehold Raceway Mall
  • The Grove at Shrewsbury
  • Ledgewood Mall
  • Livingston Mall
  • The Mall at Mill Creek
  • The Mall at Short Hills
  • The Mills at Jersey Gardens
  • Manalapan EpiCentre
  • MarketFair Mall
  • Menlo Park Mall
  • Monmouth Mall
  • Seacourt Pavilion
  • Newport Centre
  • Ocean County Mall
  • The Outlets at Bergen Town Center
  • Paramus Park
  • Phillipsburg Mall
  • Pier Village
  • The Plaza at Harmon Meadow
  • Quaker Bridge Mall
  • Rockaway Townsquare
  • Seaview Square Mall
  • The Shops at Riverside
  • Westfield Garden State Plaza
  • Willowbrook Mall
  • Woodbridge Center
Connecticut
  • Brass Mill Center
  • Connecticut Post Mall
  • Danbury Fair
  • Hawley Lane Mall
  • North Haven Mall
  • New Haven Galleria
  • SoNo Collection
  • Stamford Town Center
  • Westfield Meriden
  • Westfield Trumbull
Pennsylvania
  • Carbon Plaza Mall
  • Lehigh Valley Mall
  • The Outlets at Sands Bethlehem
  • Palmer Park Mall
  • The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley
  • The Shoppes at Trexler
  • South Mall
  • Stroud Mall
  • Westgate Mall
  • Whitehall Mall
Italic text indicates unbuilt malls
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Simon Property Group malls in the western United StatesAlaska
  • Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall
Arizona
  • Arizona Mills
California
  • Brea Mall
  • Coddingtown Mall
  • Del Amo Fashion Center
  • Fashion Valley Mall
  • Great Mall of the Bay Area
  • Ontario Mills
  • The Outlets at Orange
  • Santa Rosa Plaza
  • The Shops at Mission Viejo
  • The Shops at Montebello
  • Stanford Shopping Center
  • Stoneridge Shopping Center
Colorado
  • Colorado Mills
Nevada
  • The Forum Shops at Caesars
  • Meadowood Mall
New Mexico
  • ABQ Uptown
Washington
  • Columbia Center Mall
  • Northgate Mall
  • Tacoma Mall
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Simon Property Group malls in the midwestern United StatesIllinois
  • Gurnee Mills
  • Orland Square Mall
  • White Oaks Mall
  • Woodfield Mall (50%, co-owned with CalPERS)
Indiana
  • Castleton Square
  • Circle Centre
  • College Mall
  • Fashion Mall at Keystone
  • Greenwood Park Mall
  • Hamilton Town Center
  • Tippecanoe Mall
  • University Park Mall
Kansas
  • Towne East Square
Michigan
  • Briarwood Mall
Minnesota
  • Miller Hill Mall
  • Southdale Center
Missouri
  • Battlefield Mall
  • Independence Center
Ohio
  • The Mall at Tuttle Crossing
  • Summit Mall
South Dakota
  • Empire Mall
Wisconsin
  • Bay Park Square
  • Southridge Mall
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Simon Property Group malls in the northeastern United StatesConnecticut
  • Crystal Mall
Maine
  • Bangor Mall
Massachusetts
  • Auburn Mall
  • Burlington Mall
  • Cape Cod Mall
  • Copley Place
  • Emerald Square
  • Liberty Tree Mall
  • The Mall at Chestnut Hill
  • Northshore Mall
  • Solomon Pond Mall
  • South Shore Plaza
  • Square One Mall
New Hampshire
  • Mall at Rockingham Park
  • Mall of New Hampshire
  • Pheasant Lane Mall
New Jersey
  • Livingston Mall
  • Menlo Park Mall
  • Newport Centre
  • Ocean County Mall
  • Quaker Bridge Mall
  • Rockaway Townsquare
  • The Shops at Riverside
  • The Mills at Jersey Gardens
New York
  • The Galleria at White Plains
  • Roosevelt Field
  • Smith Haven Mall
  • Walt Whitman Shops
  • The Shops at Nanuet
  • The Westchester
Pennsylvania
  • King of Prussia
  • Lehigh Valley Mall (majority-owned by Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust, managed by Simon)
  • Montgomery Mall
  • Oxford Valley Mall
  • Philadelphia Mills
  • Ross Park Mall
  • South Hills Village
  • Springfield Mall (co-owned with PREIT, managed by PREIT)
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Simon Property Group malls in the southern United StatesArkansas
  • McCain Mall
Delaware
  • Dover Mall
Florida
  • Aventura Mall
  • The Avenues
  • Coconut Point
  • Coral Square
  • Cordova Mall
  • Dadeland Mall
  • The Falls
  • The Florida Mall
  • Miami International Mall
  • Pier Park
  • Sawgrass Mills
  • St. Johns Town Center
  • Town Center at Boca Raton
  • Treasure Coast Square
  • Tyrone Square Mall
Georgia
  • Lenox Square
  • Mall of Georgia
  • Phipps Plaza
  • Sugarloaf Mills
  • Town Center at Cobb
Louisiana
  • The Esplanade
  • Prien Lake Mall
Maryland
  • Arundel Mills
  • St. Charles Towne Center
Mississippi
  • Northpark Mall
Oklahoma
  • Penn Square Mall
  • Woodland Hills Mall
North Carolina
  • Concord Mills
  • Southpark Mall
South Carolina
  • Haywood Mall
Tennessee
  • Opry Mills
  • West Town Mall
  • Wolfchase Galleria
Texas
  • Barton Creek Square
  • Broadway Square Mall
  • Cielo Vista Mall
  • The Domain
  • Firewheel Town Center
  • Grapevine Mills
  • The Galleria
  • Galleria Dallas (managed with no ownership interest, owned by UBS AG)
  • Ingram Park Mall
  • Katy Mills
  • Lakeline Mall
  • North East Mall
  • La Plaza Mall
  • Midland Park Mall
Virginia
  • Apple Blossom Mall
  • The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City
  • Potomac Mills
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Premium Outlets and Factory Stores outlet centers in the eastern United StatesAll malls are suffixed with Premium Outlets unless noted otherwise.Florida
  • Orlando International Premium Outlets
Maryland
  • Hagerstown
Massachusetts
  • Wrentham Village
Michigan
  • Birch Run
New Hampshire
  • Merrimack
New York
  • Woodbury Common
Pennsylvania
  • Grove City
  • Philadelphia
Virginia
  • Norfolk
  • Williamsburg
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Premium Outlets and Factory Stores outlet centers in the western United StatesAll malls are suffixed with Premium Outlets unless noted otherwise.Southern California
  • Las Americas
Minnesota
  • Albertville
Nevada
  • Las Vegas North
Oregon
  • Woodburn
Texas
  • Round Rock
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Premium Outlets and Factory Stores outlet centers in CanadaOntario
  • Toronto Premium Outlets
Quebec
  • Premium Outlets Montreal
  • David Simon
  • Herbert Simon
  • Melvin Simon
  • Simon Property Group Headquarters
  • List of properties

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