Photo album of empty Madison Square Mall leaves many in the Tennessee Valley feeling nostalgic

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Madison Square Mall was the place to be starting in 1984. Many in the Tennesee Valley have memories of fighting the crowd at Christmas time, getting pictures with the Easter bunny, and just hanging out.

But in the last ten years, online shopping and outdoor developments have siphoned off business from indoor malls, causing closures all over the United States.

Daniel Broadway recently shared a photo album of how Madison Square Mall looks today and captioned each image with what the stores used to be.

We love this nostalgic post and would like to hear from you about your favorite memories of Madison Square Mall in its glory days. Do you have any pictures to share from visits with Santa and the Easter bunny?

You can share them with us in our Facebook post.

Madison Square Mall sold last April for $5 million to Huntsville boutique real estate group RCP Companies. They hope to turn the mall into a mixed-use development similar to Bridgestreet and Providence.


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