I have another one for you.<quoted text>exactly
How about this dead mall in Idaho?
Post Falls, Idaho. It is located between Coeur D'alene and Spokane. The last time it showed any business was in 2007. Like other malls, it was build on cheap land far out of any town. People came there using credit cards. Investors put money up building it hoping to make a return. Cars drove there and stopped because of relatively cheap fuel. It all came crashing down.
1. Consumer credit crashed.
2. Fuel prices went up.
3. People's disposable income dropped.
The formula for success was built upon a house of cards. None of this was sustainable. We have dead malls coast to coast. Nobody needs them.